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Port HFix-23651 (bulk delete ADM models) to DSM on Pega 7.1.9



With Pega Platform 7.1.9 and Pega Marketing 7.11, user is requesting for an activity to delete list of Adaptive Decision Manager (ADM) models.

With reference to SA-15910 and SA-15011 does this hotfix exist for Pega 7?
The activity for bulk deletion 'pxDeleteModelsByCriteria' was hotfixed for PRPC 6.2 SP2
Decision Strategy Manager (DSM) edition using HFix-23651 - Request for activity to delete list of ADM models.

At this moment removing unwanted models from ADM can only be done one at a time. This is impractical when the number of the models raises over hundreds, or even thousands. User is stuck as they have hundreds of models and no way to delete them on mass.

Error Messages

No error message but a limitation.

Steps to Reproduce

Delete a large number of ADM models one by one.

Root Cause

There is a hotfix for 6.2 SP2 DSM Edition for Bulk delete activity for ADM models

In order to support the deletion of ADM models in bulk in  Pega 7.2, an enhancement has been added to remove the unwanted models from the database provided a list of them is given as input.

The activity pxDeleteModelsByCriteria has been created; "Used to delete ADM models in bulk. Models to be deleted are determined by the criteria selected by this Activity's parameters; a model is deleted if it matches all selected criteria."


Apply HFix-27220.


Published May 14, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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