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Compliance score logic

Suggest edit Updated on April 5, 2022

A standard formula determines your compliance score. By understanding the logic and variables in this formula, you can focus on the development changes that improve application quality the most.

The following figure presents the logic that assigns weights to the warnings in your application.

Variable definitions:

Sev1u
Severe, unjustified warnings
Sev2u
Moderate, unjustified warnings
Sev1j
Severe, justified warnings
Sev2j
Moderate, justified warnings

The sum of the variables is divided by the number of rules with informational warnings or no warnings. The result is a positive, integer percentage.

Compliance scores apply only to the rules in your application and imported rules that you resave. Property rules and all rules in Pega* rulesets do not affect your compliance score.

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