Every connected Pega Platform requestor (including browser-based users, even unauthenticated guest users) has an associated temporary memory area on the server known as the clipboard. The clipboard has a hierarchical structure, consisting of nodes known as pages, most of which have a name and an associated class. Pages act as buffers or temporary copies of object instances (of that class) that are copied from, or might later be stored into, the PegaRULES database or another database.
Use the Clipboard tool when developing and debugging to:
Access the Clipboard tool by clicking Clipboard in the Designer Studio developer toolbar. As you interact with the Clipboard tool at your workstation, you see a static snapshot copy of your clipboard, which resides in memory on the server.
The Clipboard tool is available only to users who have access to the @baseclass.clipboardViewer privilege. Action menu items that update the clipboard contents are available only to users who hold the @baseclass.clipboardViewerUpdate privilege.
The standard access role
PegaRULES:SysAdm4 provides these privileges.
Several methods manipulate the clipboard. As you execute activities that affect your clipboard, you can examine the results with the Clipboard tool.
For example, when you execute an activity that contains a Page-New method, you can see the resulting named top-level page in the User Pages section. If you execute an activity that uses the Property-Set method (on a named clipboard page), you can see the new values.
Pega Mobility offers a clipboard view similar to the Designer Studio clipboard that you use on your Apple Safari desktop emulator. Useful for trouble-shooting and debugging your mobile app, the clipboard is grouped by User, Declare, Linked Property, and System pages.
The Mobile Clipboard is available only to users who have access to the @baseclass.clipboardViewer privilege. The access roles
PegaRULES:ProArch4 provide these privileges.
In the Safari desktop emulator, access the clipboard by using a tap and hold gesture on the mobile app. Display the clipboard for the main content panel and modal/overlay windows. Tap and hold does not display the clipboard for the main navigation panel, the toolbar menu, or a menubar in a section. You can also add the clipboard as a navigation menu item.
See PDN article Mobile Clipboard.
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