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Alexander Gritsenko (grita)
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grita Member since 2016 1 post
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Posted: January 21, 2019
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Posted: 21 Jan 2019 10:28 EST
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How to reuse rules through inheritance

Is it a mistake in the description below?:

1) Here it is the definition: Pattern inheritance describes the business relationship between classes. Pattern inheritance allows your application to share rules with other applications throughout an organization. The following image demonstrates a basic pattern inheritance hierarchy. - it clearly states that Pattern Inheritance allows sharing rules with other applications.

2) But the knowledge check on the same page below states completely different:

How does directed inheritance differ from pattern inheritance?
Pattern inheritance allows you to reuse rules within a single application. Directed inheritance allows you to reuse rules in other applications, including standard rules provided as part of the Pega platform.

So what is correct? Can pattern inheritance be used to share rules between apps or not?

Thank you.

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