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Will Cho (Will Cho)
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Will Cho Member since 2008 110 posts
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Posted: June 14, 2016
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Posted: 14 Jun 2016 13:57 EDT
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[ML8] Ruleset Required in Branch Application

Hi,

We are creating a new branch application for a team, but it is throwing an error requiring at least one Ruleset.

This is not correct based on this Pega7 Help.  Is there a HFix available for this?  We are using ML8.

thanks,

Will

Creating a team application

First, create a team application that is built on the main application by doing the following.

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Hi,

We are creating a new branch application for a team, but it is throwing an error requiring at least one Ruleset.

This is not correct based on this Pega7 Help.  Is there a HFix available for this?  We are using ML8.

thanks,

Will

Creating a team application

First, create a team application that is built on the main application by doing the following.

  1. In the Application Explorer, create a new application rule by right-clicking the application and selecting +Create > Application Definition > Application.
  2. In the Create Application form, enter the name for the application in the Label field.
  3. Enter a version in the Version field.
  4. Select an available ruleset into which to save the rule from the Add to ruleset drop-down box.Note: You can update the ruleset for the application using the Advanced tab on its rule form. It has no effect on the teams using branches for development.
  5. Click Create and open.
  6. In the application rule form, in the Name field, select the name of the main base application.
  7. In the Version field, select the version of the main base application.
  8. Select the Include Parent checkbox.
  9. Ensure there are no items listed for the Application rulesets before saving the rule form .
  10. Click Save.
  11. A warning appears in the rule form to alert you that the application rule is saved to a ruleset that is not part of the application's ruleset list. This situation is acceptable for a team development application. To remove display of the warning, you can use the Add Justification link.
  12. Give team member access to the team application.

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