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Prasanna Kumar (PrasannaK8545)

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Posted: August 14, 2015
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Rule Resolution Approach

Hello Guys,

When I am going through SSA course I came across a question in Rule Resolution but with two different answers for it. Please let me know why.

Question 1:

Consider the following scenario:
The PIPFW application has the following application RuleSets:

  • PIPFW:01-01
  • PIPFWInt:01-01
  • LES:01-01
  • LESCatalog:01-01
  • LESInt:01-01

A rule with an applies-to class of “ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work-Autoloan” calls “Rule123”.  There are 9 copies of Rule123 in the system as shown below.

  • Option A: ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work, PIPFW:01-01-05, Availability = Withdrawn
  • Option B: ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work, PIPFW:01-01-03, Availability = Yes
  • Option C: ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work, LESCatalog:01-01-05, Availability = No/Draft
  • Option D: ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work, LESCatalog:01-01-03, Availability = Blocked
  • Option E: ABC-FW-LoanReq-, PIPFW:01-01-05, Availability = Withdrawn
  • Option F: ABC-FW-LoanReq-, PIPFW:01-01-03, Availability = Final
  • Option G: ABC-FW-LoanReq-, LESCatalog:01-01-05, Availability = Yes
  • Option H: ABC-FW-LoanReq-, LESCatalog:01-01-03, Availability = Yes
  • Option I: @baseclass, Pega-RULES:07-10-99, Availability = Yes

Which rule is chosen by Rule Resolution? (Choose One)

I, error raised

C, error raised

D, error raised

A, error raised

F, no error raised

I, no erorr raised

D, no error raised

C, no error raised

H, error raised

B, error raised

A, no error raised

F, error raised

H, no error raised

E, no error raised

B, no error raised

G, no error raised

G, error raised

E, error raised



Question 2:



Consider the following scenario:
The PIPFW application has the following application RuleSets:

  • PIPFW:01-01
  • PIPFWInt:01-01
  • LES:01-01
  • LESCatalog:01-01-01
  • LESInt:01-01

A rule with an applies-to class of “ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work-Autoloan” calls “Rule123”.  There are 9 copies of Rule123 in the system as shown below.

  • Option A: ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work, PIPFW:01-01-05, Availability = Withdrawn
  • Option B: ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work, PIPFW:01-01-03, Availability = Yes
  • Option C: ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work, LESCatalog:01-01-05, Availability = No/Draft
  • Option D: ABC-FW-LoanReq-Work, LESCatalog:01-01-03, Availability = Blocked
  • Option E: ABC-FW-LoanReq-, PIPFW:01-01-05, Availability = Withdrawn
  • Option F: ABC-FW-LoanReq-, PIPFW:01-01-03, Availability = Final
  • Option G: ABC-FW-LoanReq-, LESCatalog:01-01-05, Availability = Yes
  • Option H: ABC-FW-LoanReq-, LESCatalog:01-01-03, Availability = Yes
  • Option I: @baseclass, Pega-RULES: 07-10-99, Availability = Yes

Which rule is chosen by Rule Resolution? (Choose One)

E, no error raised

A, error raised

E, error raised

B, no error raised

G, error raised

D, no error raised

B, error raised

H, no error raised

I, error raised

F, no error raised

I, no error raised

A, no error raised

C, error raised

H, error raised

C, no error raised

D, error raised

F, error raised

G, no error raised



My question is even though the question is same why there are two different answers? Did I miss something while understanding?? Please educate me.


Thanks in advance


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