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Creating rulesets


Reduce development time and costs by creating rulesets. After you create rulesets, you can group rules, which are reusable elements of your application, in a logical way. As a result, you can conveniently manage, maintain, and reuse your rules.

For example, you can create a ruleset that stores service-level agreements (SLAs), and a separate ruleset for case notifications. If you want to make any changes to the SLA ruleset, your modifications are granular and you avoid the risk of unintended changes occurring in the case notifications ruleset. You can also provide members of your development team with the possibility of working in isolated sandboxes by creating branch rulesets.
  • Creating a ruleset version

    Create a new version of an existing ruleset or create a new ruleset with an associated ruleset version.

  • Completing the Save As RuleSet form

    You can use the Save As RuleSet form to copy a ruleset. The system copies the values in the Security, Category, and History tabs. The version is the one you specify in this form.

  • Creating branch rulesets

    You create branch rulesets in the Branch area on the Application rule's Definition tab. When branching a ruleset, the non-branch ruleset's Validation mode is used by the branch.

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