Question6Replies1339Views PANKAJD3783 Member since 2016 3 posts TCS Posted: 2 years agoLast activity: 2 years 5 months ago Closed Expected Value— Property @baseclass.LoanRequest is undefined.While adding assertion type "Assigned to " "Operator"" equal to "Existing operator ID form dropdown" We are getting errorExpected Value—Property @baseclass.LoanRequest is undefined. Low-Code App Development Low-Code App Development Testing Applications 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 agoSantanu PEGA replied to PANKAJD3783Are you using base PRPC or having some framework on top of it? Also can you share some screenshot of how you are configuring and when the error is coming? Posted: 2 years agoPANKAJD3783 TCS replied to SantanuI am not using any framework, using base PRPC. While creating AUT I am facing this issue. Here in the attachment SegmentHead.LoanRequest is an existing operator. Posted: 2 years agovanaa PEGA replied to PANKAJD3783Define SegmentHead page in the pages and class tab and then save the rule. As its not defined, its searching for property in @baseclass and throwing error. Posted: 2 years agoPANKAJD3783 TCS replied to vanaa"SegmentHead.LoanRequest" is an Operator. SegmentHead is not any existing Page Posted: 2 years agovanaa PEGA replied to PANKAJD3783Keep SegmentHead.LoanRequest in double quotes in the Value field, then it will consider as a string and compare it. Posted: 2 years agovanaa PEGA replied to vanaaDid this fix the issue? If yes, could you please mark my response as the answer. Thanks.