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Identifying conflicts with rules that cannot be overridden by running the final rules conflict report

Suggest edit Updated on February 9, 2022

The Final Rules Conflict Report lists rules in your system that reference final Pega rules for this release. These rules vary depending on the specific release from which you are updating.

Final rules can no longer be overridden. If you have custom rules in your applications that override default rules and your custom rules are final, your existing rules will continue to function correctly. However, you will not be able to modify them after you update to the new ruleset.

Note: If you modify and try to save a custom rule that overrides a Final rule, validation fails and you receive an error message. To resolve the conflict, you must delete application rules that override Final system rules, and replace the functionality in your application with other rules. If you are unsure how to respond to a Final rule, see the Support area on the Pega Community.

To run the report, click Dev StudioSystemReleaseUpdateFinal Conflicts.

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