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Cloe Walker (CloeW938)
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Posted: October 9, 2020
Last activity: October 9, 2020

Object locking in case hiearchy

By default, in case hierarchy, when child case is locked, parent case is also locked. On the other hand, when parent case is locked, child case is not locked. Can someone tell me the logical reasoning why Pega specification is designed as such? What is the benefit of parent case being locked while child case is locked? Why not the other around?

* I know we can change the behavior not to lock the parent case. This question is to ask the background of this product design.

Thanks,

Pega Platform 8.4.1