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Chunzhi Hong (Chunzhi_Hong)
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Posted: June 10, 2015
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Posted: 10 Jun 2015 23:41 EDT
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Why the Properties come from directly inherited parent class does not show up in the Application Explorer

We have an application like below using PRPC 7.1.17.


MyApp:01-01


Built on application:


PegaRULES:07-01


Application RuleSets:


1.MyAppUIRuleset:01-01 (contains rules related to user interface: flows, flowactions, sections etc.)


2.MyAppBizRuleset:01-01 (contains rules related to business logic: properties, declare expression, map value, decision table etc.)


For the shake of clear separation between rules handling User Interface and the rules handling business logic, the development team made the below decision.


All properties which is only being used for the presentation purpose should be defined in MyAppUIRuleset and Applies to the class which associated with MyAppUIRuleset.


By following this architectural decision, developers defined two classes, MyCo-UI-Data-Product directly inherit MyCo-Biz-Data-Product.


The application functions just fine, however the UI developers faces a problem with the Application Explorer of the Designer Studio:


Properties come from directly inherited parent class does not show up in the Application Explorer.



We have tried the [Explorer inheritance -> Directed] option from the drop down menu of Application Explorer, and it didn't work.

We have an application like below using PRPC 7.1.17.

MyApp:01-01

Built on application:

PegaRULES:07-01

Application RuleSets:

1.MyAppUIRuleset:01-01 (contains rules related to user interface: flows, flowactions, sections etc.)

2.MyAppBizRuleset:01-01 (contains rules related to business logic: properties, declare expression, map value, decision table etc.)

For the shake of clear separation between rules handling User Interface and the rules handling business logic, the development team made the below decision.

All properties which is only being used for the presentation purpose should be defined in MyAppUIRuleset and Applies to the class which associated with MyAppUIRuleset.

By following this architectural decision, developers defined two classes, MyCo-UI-Data-Product directly inherit MyCo-Biz-Data-Product.

The application functions just fine, however the UI developers faces a problem with the Application Explorer of the Designer Studio:

Properties come from directly inherited parent class does not show up in the Application Explorer.

We have tried the [Explorer inheritance -> Directed] option from the drop down menu of Application Explorer, and it didn't work.

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