Question4Replies50Views Ganeshp0057 Member since 2020 15 posts Cognizant Technology Posted: 2 months agoLast activity: 2 months ago case and case type differenceDifference between case type and case×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 2 months agoduraisankar Serendebyte replied to Ganeshp0057Hi Ganesh,In short,Case Type - The place where the business workflow is captured and defined into Flow, Stages, and Steps. It represents the lifecycle of a case ( Eg: Onboarding CaseType)Case - A instance of a case type. (Eg. O-1 case) The case goes through the lifecycle defined in that particular case type. Helpful Quora link: https://qr.ae/pNso19Regards,Durai Sankar R Posted: 2 months agoUpdated: 2 months agoRamireddyHarsha Lovely Professional University replied to Ganeshp0057Case Type- It is the abstract model of business process like delivery process/ Booking Ticket etc..Case- It is the Instance of particular business model.. Ex:Parcel Delivery ,Booking Of one ticket Posted: 2 months agokanap2 PEGA replied to Ganeshp0057Please find the below articles which might be helpful.https://community.pega.com/sites/default/files/help_v71/definitions/c/case.htmhttps://community.pega.com/sites/default/files/help_v73/rule-/rule-obj-/rule-obj-casetype/main.htm Posted: 2 months agopalas3 PEGA replied to Ganeshp0057Hi Ganesh,Thanks for posting the query.You can correlate the casetype and case with the class and object in OOPS programming.A case type is where we can design our model. (For example, consider its a kind of the class in the java).A case is the one which is the instance of our case type. (Consider this is a kind of the object in java).