Question6Replies473Views _DavidL07 Member since 2018 2 posts Wellsfargo Posted: April 12, 2018Last activity: April 14, 2018 Closed Solved Does PRPC engine do commit after each utility shape during flow executionLet us say a flow consists of multiple utility shapes in sequence.Does PRPC engine does commit after each utility shape during flow execution?Does it make a difference if the flow is executed by a browser requestor (H-) or an agent (B-)? Case Management ×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 ago_DavidL07 Wellsfargo replied to _DavidL07I think the answers are no but I see an agent executes a flow and the changes to work page seems to be persisted after each utility shape. Very strange. Thus asking. Posted: 2 years agoRaviteja_CH PEGA replied to _DavidL07Agent commits the changes after its execution, maybe that's what made you believe it is being committed after every utility shape! Posted: 2 years ago_DavidL07 Wellsfargo replied to Raviteja_CHEven agent does not do commit after each utility shape in the middle of flow execution, I believe. Accepted Solution Posted: 2 years agoMARIK PEGA replied to _DavidL07The answer is most definitely no. Pega7 commits at the end of every transaction. How would you be able to tell that the 'changes to work page seems to be persisted after each utility shape'? Could you explain your methodology further? Posted: 2 years ago_DavidL07 Wellsfargo replied to MARIKThank you Ken for confirmation. Always appreciate your help. Posted: 2 years agoimranullah Incessant Technologies replied to _DavidL07No, it will commit only after the end of the transaction, not for individual transactions. A detailed explanation can be found in the attached PDF from Pega regarding Data Integrity. Please refer to the Page #15 section titled "When commits occur programmatically".