Thanks for the reminder, I understand the history tab, as well as the specific classes' History table. However, one of the main things is: if the admin deploy a package/ruleset, which contains multiple changes to the system (DB changes, operators, access groups, rules, etc.), where is this action of the admin recorded (what file/rulesets/versions)? Also, this deployed package would typically include other changes (DB changes, operators, access groups, rules, etc.), so if such a record of deployment exists within Pega, does it has linkage to the respective changes made to the system during this deployment?
The objective is to be able to track the changes made and what are the corresponding changes. My understanding is that such info is not available, but needed the experts here to advise.
My explanation on this is that this is managed through processes, i.e., deployment package is uploaded to the customer's deployment management system, for approval before the production team check it out for deployment. Thus, the package itself would contains all the changes to the system, where within Pega, individual changes are in the respective History tables.
This is how I would envision the traceability of the changes, as well as who performed it, as well as when.
Of course, if there is such a record within Pega, I would hope to know.