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Specifying a client-based access control rule on an abstract class

Suggest edit Updated on July 1, 2021

You can define client-based access control (CBAC) rules on concrete classes and on abstract classes. At run time, Pega Platform combines multiple CBAC rules, starting from the concrete class. If the CBAC rule is on an abstract class and not on any of its concrete classes, you must do extra configuration to ensure that the abstract class is included.

  1. Create a data transform and append the abstract class name to .pxResults.For example: You have defined a CBAC rule on the abstract class MyApp-Work-AbsClass but not on any of its concrete classes. Create a data transform named MyCBACTransform with the values shown below.
    Data transform stepActionTargetRelationSource
    1Append and Map to.pxResultsa new page
    1.1Set.pyClassNameequal toMyApp-Work-AbsClass
  2. Customize the data page D_pyCBACPolicyClassList by adding the data transform that you created in step 1 as a data source.For example: For the data transform example in step 1 above, update the data page with the following values.
    1. In the Source list, click Data Transform.
    2. In the Data transform name field, enter MyCBACTransform.
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