Question3Replies1107Views ShardaC5 Member since 2015 3 posts Infosys Posted: 2 years agoLast activity: 2 years 6 months ago Closed Class "XYZ" is mapped to a foreign data table "ABC" in database PegaDATA, but it contains px,py or pz properties error.a newly created database table is mapped to an existing data class and while testing the connectivity of the data class with the database table i am receiving below error-Class "XYZ" is mapped to a foreign table "ABC" in database PegaDATA, but it contains a px,py or pz property : pxCreateDateTime.Class "XYZ" is mapped to a foreign table "ABC" in database PegaDATA, but it contains a px,py or pz property : pxUpdateDatetimeClass "XYZ" is mapped to a foreign table "ABC" in database PegaDATA, but it contains a px,py or pz property : pxObjClassCan someone please help me identify the rootcause and fix for this?. Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 2 years agoAdithya1 PEGA replied to ShardaC5This warning indicates that the class which is mapped to external table has properties that start with px,py or pz(could be OOTB properties) Ideally, all OOTB properties are inside OOTB classes and these classes get mapped to existing tables in PegaDATA schema. You wouldn't be able to create properties which start with px,py or pz as well. When you try mapping a new table to existing class in Pega(which has px,py or pz properties), this warning will come on test connectivity of class rule. Don't change the table name for OOTB classes. Posted: 2 years agoShardaC5 Infosys replied to Adithya1Adithya, the class to which I have mapped this DB table is not an OOTB class and it doesnt contain px, py or pz properties. Posted: 2 years agoAdithya1 PEGA replied to ShardaC5I think you are trying to map pxObjClass property to your own column in database. This error will come at that time. Do you see a mapping for pxObjClass property in external mappings tab in class definition? If yes, remove that and you don't see this warning. If no, how have you created the data class(is it from database class mapping wizard)?