Question1Replies20Views×Close popoverHari C (HariC982) Schwab Schwab US View ProfileSend Message HariC982 Member since 2017 5 posts Schwab Posted: November 13, 2019Last activity: November 25, 2019Posted: 13 Nov 2019 7:56 ESTLast activity: 25 Nov 2019 10:24 EST Closed CSSA v8 - ASSESSMENT: CONFIGURING APPLICATION RULESETS - Incorrect answer for Q2Hi Team,Kindly check the answers provided for the Q2 in the CSSA v8 - ASSESSMENT: CONFIGURING APPLICATION RULESETS.THe build on application cannot reference rules on the higher application layers. Hence the option 4 is the right and NOT option 3.Regards,Harinath CHakrapani. Pega Academy ×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: 1 year agoPosted: 25 Nov 2019 10:24 EST×Close popoverSteve Teixeira (TEIXS) PEGA Lead Curriculum Developer PEG US View ProfileSend MessageTEIXS PEGA replied to HariC982First, the quiz answers randomize, so I'm going to guess what you saw as options 3 and 4: Assuming that you're talking about the validity of the option that reads: "Rules in ClaimsFW can reference rules in Claims", remember that the question asks which statement is false. Claims and ClaimsInt are part of the same application, and so rules in one of these rulesets can reference rules in the other. ClaimsFW and ClaimsIntFW are part of the same application, and so rules in one of these rulesets can reference rules in the other. Claims is part of an application built upon the application that contains ClaimsFW, so rules in ClaimsFW cannot reference rules in Claims. Claims is part of an application built upon the application that contains ClaimsFW, and so rules in Claims can reference rules in ClaimsFW. If you are referring to a different answer as option 3, please reply with the answer that you saw as option 3.