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Finding the class of a rule

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Updated on April 5, 2022

You can view XML data to find the class of a rule. By understanding which class defines a rule, you can more efficiently use tools such as the Application Explorer and Report Editor.

  1. Open a rule by searching for it or by using the Application Explorer.
  2. Click ActionsView XML.
  3. Find the first instance of the <pxObjClass> property. This property contains the rule's object class name. For example, the object class for flow actions is <pxObjClass>Rule-Obj-FlowAction</pxObjClass>.
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