Question5Replies218Views Avinash.Haridasu Member since 2014 260 posts Morgan Stanley Posted: 2 years agoLast activity: 2 years 1 month ago Closed How does saving as a property in subclass impact performanceI usually find the below error message when we try to save as a property in parent class in subclass for various reasons:A property of this name already exists within the inheritance path. Consider removing duplicate property definitions as they can negatively impact system performance.ex: pxAssignedOperatorIDHow does property saving impact performance.***Moderator Edit-Vidyaranjan: Updated Platform Capability*** System Administration ×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 agoRaveendra Incessant technologies pvt ltd replied to Avinash.HaridasuAbove message tells that you are un necessarily creating same property. If already property exist in inheritance path,creating a same property is useless. Posted: 2 years agoGayatri incessant replied to Avinash.HaridasuAdding to raveendra, if you want same property in work class, you can create in work class and reuse the same wherever you want. Posted: 2 years agoMarcLasserre_GCS PEGA replied to Avinash.HaridasuYes absolutely, you should always avoid unnecessary rules creation. Mainly for better (easiest) maintenance of your application and in the end for best application performance. Posted: 2 years agoAvinash.Haridasu Morgan Stanley replied to Avinash.HaridasuThanks for the replies. I understand that we should avoid duplicating properties. But for example a property pxAssignedOperatorID, is saved in 5 classes with a slight change of reference (linked property). In such cases what impact does it have on the performance. I'm specifically trying to understand the performance impact. Posted: 2 years agoMarcLasserre_GCS PEGA replied to Avinash.Haridasuhello, I believe (but it might not be the full explanation) this is just adding more rules to be checked by our rule resolution mechanism. So the more rules you having longer it will takes but I don't think we have any metrics about this.