Victor Talukdar (VTALUKDAR)
Cognizant Technology Solutions
Technology Architect
Cognizant Technology Solutions
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Posted: September 4, 2019
Last activity: September 4, 2019
Posted: 4 Sep 2019 5:57 EDT
Last activity: 4 Sep 2019 14:03 EDT

Packaging of App Build Questions, and Rollback Strategies

I have two questions regarding the application development during the CLSA Exam :

(1) Exam can have two types of questions: one built on an existing application, or a stand alone question. What is the recommended way of packaging the answers to the questions ?

(2) Suppose I start coding, and I realize that the approach I am following is not correct. I would then need to delete the rules I have created en masse.

Suppose I want to answer the 4th question of the CLSA Exam, and it is built on an existing application. I was thinking of creating a new Application Rule called CLSA_Q4 (containing one ruleset called CLSA_Q4), and this will have the existing application (if any) as the built-on application. All changes required for 4th question would be on the CLSA_Q4 ruleset.

This approach will completely seperate the build changes from the built on application. And roll back on the rules will be relatively simple: deletion of the ruleset CLSA_Q4 will allow me to roll back to the starting point.

Is there a smarter approach for it ? I went through the prpcServiceUtils description in this link ( but it is not very clear how this can be run in Linux Lite VM.

Low-Code App Development
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