Question5Replies503Views PradeepPydi Member since 2017 204 posts Anthem Posted: 2 years agoLast activity: 2 years 3 months ago Closed Solved Rule Assembly Cache Management @ SMA :System is not configured for this type of assembly.Hi Team,"System is not configured for this type of assembly" error has been observed while clicking on the Rule Assembly Cache Management @ SMA.PRPC Version : 731.Please suggest. System Administration ×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: 2 years agoCarissaW_GCS PEGA replied to PradeepPydiRA cache is not used in 7.3.1. Pega 7.3.1 uses ABA cache and Virtual Rule Table. What is the problem you are facing that you were trying to access the RA cache? Posted: 2 years agoSusanLiu_GCS PEGA replied to PradeepPydiPlease check below pdn link: https://community.pega.com/support/support-articles/sma-rule-assembly-cache-management-issue-type-assembly Posted: 2 years agoPradeepPydi Anthem replied to SusanLiu_GCSSure Susan. Thank you. Could you please confirm if the recommended DSS/Prconfig settings from the article are applicable for PRPC731 version as well. We have tried the DSS settings followed by a JVM restart,but the Rule Assembly Cache Management @ SMA is still not working out. In addition,could you please also suggest if enabling the Rule Assembly Cache DSS can have a performance impact ? Posted: 2 years agoArun_Mahanty PEGA replied to PradeepPydiStarting with PRPC 7.1.x, the Rule Assembly (RA) caching mechanism is no longer in use. Instead, the Application based assembly (ABA) caching mechanism is used by default. Go through below article https://community.pega.com/support/support-articles/sma-rule-assembly-cache-management-not-available Thanks, Arun Accepted Solution Posted: 2 years agoPradeepPydi Anthem replied to Arun_MahantyHi Arun, Rule Assembly Cache Management @ SMA started working out after adding the prconfig setting fua/assemblycachemode=mixed.