Posted: 29 Jul 2015 16:21 EDT Last activity: 3 Aug 2015 1:11 EDT
Rule-Collections does not have Logging enabled in PEGA 7.1.7.
This feature was available until PEGA 7.1.6, where,every rule triggered from the Rule-Collection gets logged as Log-Collection instances. However, this has been deprecated in PEGA 7.1.7. Can anyone suggest any way to replicate this other than explicitly writing code for logging each rule as and when they are triggered from a Rule-Collection.
Attached are the PEGA documentation for 7.1.7 and 7.1.6.
In Pega 7.1.7 there is still a way to get the details of the rules executed as part of collection row. You could get the info of the rule executed in the response action via the parameter page. But these details are not persisted to database as instances of Log-Collection. Frank Apap can you comment?
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Posted: 31 Jul 2015 8:59 EDT
Frank Apap (APAPF)
Sr. Director, Product Management
Yes, we deprecated the feature so to give the user more control over what it really meant to log / audit the rules executed. The log-collection instances were a bit heavy and difficult to report on. Now using response actions you can audit the rules executed however you'd like using utility functions (or even transforms that append to a page list). In theory you could create an activity to instantiate and save Log-Collection instances as well.