While creating a product, I came across System Data Link-UseCase instances. While I specifically did not add/create these instances. I can see this being included in Product File. We infact have enabled - Exclude Non Rule Resolved Rules as well and Include Associated Data is also not Checked. So I am not sure whether this is right and we can go ahead with deployment of the Product file. Any insights into this will be highly appreciated.
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I did not face any issues because of Link-UseCases instances in the product. I was wondering if it will cause any problems. We did move the package with Link-UseCases and it did not cause any problem. Digged a little deeper into Pega classes etc. Found out Link-UseCases instances appear for all connectors in a flow if the application has been migrated from an older version.
If a specification rule (Rule-Application-Usecase) is linked with any other rule types like report definition and activity ,flow or integration rules the link instances will be created in link- usecase class. If you don't export these link class instances you will not be able to see the link info of a specification or a flow rule(mainly).