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Getting Started with PEGA PRPC


  • The person who logs in to PRPC application to access it is said to “Operator”.

Operator ID:-

  • The login ID Used by an operator login to PRPC application is Called “Operator ID”.
  • An Operator ID will have associated Password.
  • PRPC on its environment provides a default Operator ID and default password.

User Name:

Password: install

When we are creating a brand new application, we need to use above default credentials to login to PEGA build in application ‘PEGS Rules’.

PRPC by default when we create a new application creates below default operator IDs with the default password “rules”.

  • Administrator
  • Author
  • Manager
  • User

When we create a new application in pega 6.x, it creates two more additional Operator IDs given below and, it will not create the Operator ID “Author”.

  • System architect (Developer)
  • Business Architect

3) BuiltIn Classes in PEGA:-

PRPC provides 13 top level built- in or predefined or OOTB (Out of the Box) abstract Classes. Out of which the below three are important.

  • @baseclass
  • 2) Work-
  • 3) Data-

All the OOTB classes are of type “Abstract”.

3) Types of Classes in PEGA:-

There are two types classes available in PEGA..

  • Abstract
  • Concrete Class

Abstract Class:-

  • Abstract classes are meant for the purpose of “Re-Usability”, so that the child classes of abstract class can use the business logic or variable defined in these classes.
  • Abstract contains only definitions i.e, business cannot run under classes.
  • In pega 6, every abstract class name must end with the symbol ‘-‘ , from PEGA 7 onwards this convention has been removed.

Concrete Class:-

  • It contains Definitions + Implementation, Business runs concrete class.
  • In PEGA 6.x or 7.x, concrete class name must not end with ‘-‘symbol.

Class Group:-

  • It is a Combination of one or more abstract classes and First concrete class which derives or inherits from ‘Work-‘ or any of its sub classes. (It is not mandatory that you should have abstract classes as part of class Group.
  • In PRPC Work flow runs under either class group of its sub class’s i.e, business runs under Class Group.
  • Example CG : A-B-C

Here A and B are abstract classes and ‘C’ is concrete class.

This is the end of Class Group.


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