Question5Replies1242Views DyanG412 Member since 2013 212 posts Hawaii Medical Service Association Posted: 3 years agoLast activity: 3 years 3 months ago Closed Solved Effective Start Date in RuleSetThere is effective start date in RuleSet, but help says it is reserved for future use. Is there a way it can be used or it is not usable at all?***Moderator Edit: Vidyaranjan| Updated Categories*** Low-Code App Development Case Management User Interface ×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. Accepted Solution Posted: 3 years agorodrg PEGA replied to DyanG412Hi Dyan, Do not enter a future date in this field. A future date does not prevent the rules in this RuleSet version from being found by rule resolution. Regards, Gisela Posted: 3 years agoDyanG412 Hawaii Medical Service Association replied to DyanG412Are there other configurations to make it work? Posted: 3 years agorodrg PEGA replied to DyanG412Not that I am aware of Dyan. Thanks, Gisela Posted: 3 years agoPrudhvi_N PEGA replied to DyanG412Hi Dyan, We can restrict the rulesets in the application rule. Thanks, Prudhvi Posted: 3 years agoGathilaH Virtusa replied to DyanG412Hi Dyan, You can use setRuleSets() public API method to establish a cutoff date for rulesets. boolean setRuleSets(PublicAPI aCaller, int aAction, ClipboardProperty aRefValue, ClipboardProperty aEffectiveAsOfDate) to establish a cutoff date for ruleset. Method parameters aCaller - "executable" element to verify caller may make this request aAction - one of the UPDATE_* constants aRefValue - ruleset name or list aEffectiveAsOfDate - ruleset effective date It compares effective date of rulesets with aEffectiveAsOfDate variable. If Effective date of a ruleset is higher than aEffectiveAsOfDate. Then that ruleset(ruleset version) is removed from ruleset stack.