A form must support accessibility.
How do you enable a user to specify a date?
To support accessibility, it's recommended to use a calendar control that displays an entire month. This allows users who rely on screen readers or keyboard navigation to select a date without the need for precise mouse control or having to manually input the date, which can be error-prone. Reference: Pega User Interface Design Guide - Accessibility.
A client requests that you add a footer to the Case Manager portal. How do you satisfy this request?
Adding a footer to the Case Manager portal can be done by updating the skin that's applied to the portal. Skins in Pega define the look-and-feel of user interfaces, including headers, footers, and other elements. Reference: Pega Platform Help - Skins.
On which type of rule can you configure edit validate rules?
Edit validate rules are associated with properties to validate the property value when a user inputs data. Edit validate rules contain a Java function that is called to check the property value for correctness. Reference: Pega Platform Help - Edit validate rules.
When designing reports with multiple data sources, in which two ways is an association rule different from a class join? (Choose two.)
An association rule differs from a class join in that it is a reusable rule that can be used by anyone with appropriate permissions when creating reports. This makes it available across multiple reports. Class joins, on the other hand, are specific to each report definition and are not reusable in the same way. Reference: Pega Reporting Guide - Associations vs. Joins.
A Fulfillment report needs to list the user ID of the employee who packages the items to ship in an Order case. The report provides information from the MyCo-Orders-Work-Ship and Data-Admin-Operator-ID classes.
Which two options independently satisfy the report requirements? (Choose two.)
To satisfy the report requirements, you can configure a class join on the Fulfillment report definition to join the operator information to each case. Alternatively, you can use an association rule to achieve the same effect. Both these options allow for the relevant operator information to be displayed alongside the shipping information in the report. Reference: Pega Reporting Guide - Joining Data.