Question5Replies978Views Maheedhar Member since 2015 2 posts Cigna Posted: 4 years agoLast activity: 4 years 8 months ago Closed Solved Rule Access SettingHas any one used rule access setting in Access Roles? Help is not clear and can not understand any use cases for this rule type? Security ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post 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: 4 years agoMarcLasserre_GCS PEGA replied to MaheedharHello,This is just another way to restrict extra privileges to specific roles. I guess the example provided on the HELP file is the best explanation: Posted: 4 years agoARVINDMALAV PEGA replied to MaheedharHope below PDN link gives you idea about it:https://pdn.pega.com/sites/pdn.pega.com/files/help_v719/procomhelpmain… Accepted Solution Posted: 4 years agorawap PEGA replied to MaheedharNever used it, but here is my explanation.Let's say you need to provide access to a particular area in your application based on the number of years of experience.So Manager's need 5 Years of experience to access that feature in application while User's will need 8 Years of Experience to access that feature.Now a Manager has below Access RoleApp:ManagerAnd User have following AccessRoleApp:UserAnd Admin has following Access RolesApp:UserApp:ManagerSo in this case, you will create a Rule-Access-Setting "Experience" and specify in both access roles.So now at runtime, you can use function getSetting(AppliesTo, SettingName) to get the setting value for logged in operator and control application behavior access.Also, notice that Multiple settings behavior will be useful for Admin which have both access roles with different settings for Experience, so the largest Experience will be picked, 8 in this case.I know that this example doesn't makes much sense since i just went through the help but should be enough to understand the basics Also Sort function can be used if Data type is string and you want to sort based on Card Type (Platinum > Gold > Silver)Let me know if this helps. Posted: 4 years agoMahee Cigna replied to rawapThanks for detailed explanation. So if want to use the setting as given in help example to route the assignment, we can create custom activity and route to operator based on the setting value. Posted: 4 years agorawap PEGA replied to MaheeYes, you just have to use getSetting(AppliesTo, SettingName) function to get the value for current operator.