Question 5 Replies 2602 Views × Close popover Guhanathan Vijayanarayanan (Guhanathan) Tata Consultancy Services Limited Assistant Consultant Tata Consultancy Services Limited GB View Profile Send Message Guhanathan Member since 2010 13 posts Tata Consultancy Services Limited Posted: February 8, 2016 Last activity: March 15, 2016 Posted: 8 Feb 2016 5:18 EST Last activity: 15 Mar 2016 1:56 EDT Closed Solved @pageExsit needs explicit reference of pyWorkPage ??? Hi All, I have noticed the below behaviour in my requirement.The OOTB function @PageExists excepts the explicit mentioning of pyWorkPage. Is it true ? Can't we handle it without pyWorkPage reference ? Example: In tracer @PageExists(Top.Page1.Page2) or @PageExists(.Page1.Page2) is failing where @PageExists(pyWorkPage.Page1.Page2) is getting successful... Thanks Guhan. Message was edited by: Lochan to add Category System Administration × Close popover Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post, learn more × Close popover This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 22 Feb 2016 6:56 EST × Close popover Guhanathan Vijayanarayanan (Guhanathan) Tata Consultancy Services Limited Assistant Consultant Tata Consultancy Services Limited GB View Profile Send Message Guhanathan Tata Consultancy Services Limited replied to Guhanathan Hello All, Any suggestion for this issue ..? Thanks Guhan Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 28 Feb 2016 21:19 EST × Close popover Imranullah DawoodBasha (imranullah) Incessant Technologies Imranullah Mohammed DawoodBasha Incessant Technologies US View Profile Send Message imranullah Incessant Technologies replied to Guhanathan Hi Guhan, I think you can also refer to a top level page, but the input to that function is a string. @PageExists("UserPage") Thanks, Imran Posted: 5 years ago Updated: 5 years ago Posted: 29 Feb 2016 0:49 EST Updated: 29 Feb 2016 0:52 EST × Close popover Bhanu Prakash G (Prakash.) Process 360 Senior Consultant Process 360 IN View Profile Send Message Prakash. Process 360 replied to Guhanathan I have tried the below references and it returned true in Pega 7.1.4 @(Pega-RULES:Default).PageExists(".pxFlow(A).pyFlowPath(1)") @(Pega-RULES:Default).PageExists("Top.pxFlow(A).pyFlowPath(1)") Accepted Solution Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 5 Mar 2016 16:15 EST × Close popover Phani Sahukaru (sahup1) PEGA Architect - Financial Services Pegasystems Inc. IN View Profile Send Message sahup1 PEGA replied to Guhanathan could we quick test with PageExistsWithClass function? Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 15 Mar 2016 1:56 EDT × Close popover Ravi Kumar Pisupati (Ravi Kumar Pisupati) Optum Principal LSA - Pega Optum US View Profile Send Message Ravi Kumar Pisupati Optum replied to Guhanathan Hello Guhan, In one of the Pega OOTB When rules, Pega uses this function without mentioning the page to check the property value. The below are the samples in my V62 SP2 environment. @PageExists(.CAParentPageName,this) => Rule: Work-.CAParentPageExists (PegaSCM-CPM : 06-02-40) @PageExists(".Trigger_Event.ACC_Accident", tools) =>Rule: PegaHC-HL7-Work.DisplayACC(PegaHL7 : 01-01-01 ) Hope this will help you. Thanks, Ravi Kumar.