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Incorrect Pega Guardrails - Compliance Score report

SA-40805

Summary



The Pega guardrail report is giving an incorrect picture of the actual guardrail compliance of project. A significant bulk of the warnings are related to ABV rulesets (about 90% for each contributor) and this gets repeated for all contributors.


Error Messages


Warning Severity
Moderate
Warning Type
Maintainability
Warning Name
ABVRulesetInManyApplications


Steps to Reproduce



Generate Pega guardrail report.


Root Cause



This issue was determined to be a product enhancement request.
Unlocked ABV rulesets should belong to one Rule-Application (but can belong to more than one version). This prevents ABV rulesets from referring to rules that may not exist in all applications that the ruleset is contained in.

For parallel development, use ABV-branched rulesets that can access all rulesets in the application, including other rulesets in the same branch, as well as any other branches included in the same application definition.

The risks add up as more users use ABV rulesets that may be referring to rules that may not exist in all applications that the ruleset is contained in, and that's why the guardrail score goes down by the user count.

Resolution



An enhancement request, FDBK-20104, has been created for consideration by Pega Product Management.
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Published August 26, 2017 - Updated October 8, 2020

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