Question2Replies30Views MARBM Member since 2003 6 posts PEGA Posted: 7 months agoLast activity: 7 months 2 weeks ago As-Of date behaviour in Multivariate CircumstancesIn date circumstanced rules the date property behaves like as-of the start date as per the the table belowThe following table lists the possible date combinations and the business-logic requirements they meet when you circumstance by date. Row two is what I'm interested in.Business requirementSpecify date propertySpecify start dateSpecify end dateRule to be effective only if the value of the specified date property occurs within a date rangeYesYesYesRule to be effective only if the value of the specified date property occurs after a certain dateYesYesNoRule to be effective only within a date rangeNoYesYesRule to be effective only after a certain dateNoYesNoWhen I create a multivariate circumstance definition this logic doesn't seem to apply when creating a date property as it appears to resolve to a direct comparison as opposed to an as-of comparision.Is there way to achieve the same as-of behaviour of a date property with multivariant circumstancing? Pega Platform 8.3 Low-Code App Development Dev/Designer Studio Cross-Industry Lead System Architect ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 7 months agoMarcLasserre_GCS PEGA replied to MARBMHello, Could you try with a circumstance template maybe. Posted: 7 months agorajab PEGA replied to MARBMHi,Ideally this is not possible. Because in MultiVariate Circumstancing, you would leverage a template consisting of multiple properties. On the other hand As-of-date doesn't require any property for its configuration.