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Reusing existing business issues and groups

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Copy business issues and groups across applications to reuse existing propositions. You can copy resources from built-on applications going one level down the application stack. This copy option gives you more flexibility and control when you define business issues, groups, and propositions.

  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click Configure Decisioning Decisions Proposition Management Copy proposition groups .

  2. Click Copy groups.

  3. On the From application list, select an application from which you want to copy groups.

  4. Select a business issue.

  5. In the Hierarchy list, do one of the following actions:

    • Select a business issue in your application where you want to copy groups.
    • Select Top Level to copy the business issue into your application.
  6. In the Select groups to copy section, select groups to copy into your application.

  7. Select if you want to copy the groups into a ruleset or a branch.

  8. Click Copy groups.

    If the Proposition Management landing page is open, refresh it to see the changes. If you copied groups into a branch, reopen the Proposition Management landing page to see the changes.

  • Propositions

    Propositions are product offers that you present to your customers to achieve your business goals. Propositions can be tangible products like cars or mobile devices, or less tangible like downloadable music or mobile apps. You can view the existing propositions and create new ones on the Proposition management landing page.

  • Creating a business issue

    Start defining propositions hierarchy by creating the class that represents the business issue. You need business issues to create groups which can store properties. Business issues and groups define a proposition hierarchy used to organize propositions.

  • Creating a group

    Create the class that represents the group. Before you create a group, you need to create a business issue. Business issues and groups define a proposition hierarchy used to organize propositions.

  • Creating a property

    Create a property in a particular business issue and group. For example, this can be a property named Customer ID of text type which can store customers' IDs.

  • Adding a versioned proposition

    Follow these steps to create propositions that are stored in the system as decision data records. These propositions are part of the decision data rule instance managing propositions for a given group.

  • Adding an unversioned proposition

    Follow these steps to create propositions that are stored in the system as data instances. In Pega decision management, a proposition is anything that can be offered to a customer. This can include things like advertisements, products, offer bundles, or service actions. Whatever is presented to the customer as the Next-Best-Action is called a proposition.

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