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Debugging and monitoring the performance of Parse Delimited rules

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Updated on August 23, 2021

Learn about the ways in which you can monitor the performance of your Parse Delimited rules and debug these rules if necessary. By understanding how to debug your Parse Delimited rules, you can troubleshoot errors and improve performance.

  • Service and connector forms might reference Parse Delimited rules in data mapping. When the system evaluates the service or connector, it also evaluates the Parse Delimited rule.

    • To execute a Parse Delimited rule in an activity, use the Apply-Parse-Delimited method.
    • To execute a Parse Delimited rule in an activity Java step, use the PublicAPI Java method getParseUtils().

      For more information, see Configuring steps in an activity.

  • To trace the start and end of Parse Delimited rule execution, see Application debugging using the Tracer tool.

  • Through changes to the prconfig.xml file or dynamic system settings, you can receive notifications about unusually long Parse Delimited executions in the form of PEGA0011 alerts. For more information about how to monitor the performance of your Parse Delimited rule executions, see How to detect lengthy service operations.

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