Question4Replies50Views Sri Lalitha Member since 2017 12 posts Swedbank Posted: 4 months agoLast activity: 4 months ago Is it possible to hide/disable a column in decision table when delegating it to the user.We have a requirement like - In a decision table of 2 columns which is delegated to users1) for some users 2 columns are accessible -- this is achievable with standard delegation2) for some users - they should be able to edit rows corresponding to only one column. 2nd column should either be hidden from them or disabled for them.Please suggest how to achieve this?Thanks in advance!Best Regards,Sri Lalitha.***Edited by Moderator: Pallavi to update platform capability tags*** Pega Platform Project Delivery Decision Management User Interface Financial Services Senior System Architect ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 4 months agokanap2 PEGA replied to Sri LalithaI don't think there is an OOTB way to achieve this. Is it possible to have 2 decision tables for 2 different columns? Posted: 4 months agoSri Lalitha Swedbank replied to Sri LalithaHi,Ya we can create 2 decision tables one for each column. But it will be really helpful for us if we can achieve this with single decision table.We will follow this as it seems to be not achievable through a single decision table.Thanks! Posted: 4 months agokanap2 PEGA replied to Sri LalithaIf there is only return value in the Decision table you can click on Return to see the privilege for that particular column.Please find the below screenshot for more details. Posted: 4 months agoSri Lalitha Swedbank replied to kanap2Hi, Thank you.I will try this and see if this works out for us.