In Pega, a data page is a data structure that allows you to store and retrieve information about a specific instance of a data object. A node-level data page is a data page that is specific to a particular node in a Pega application. Node-level data pages are useful when you want to store information that is specific to a particular node and is not shared with other nodes.
An access group is a security feature in Pega that allows you to control access to data pages and other resources in your application. When you create a node-level data page, you can specify an access group for the data page. This determines which users or user groups will have access to the data page. Access groups are useful for controlling access to sensitive or confidential information, or for limiting access to certain functionality to specific users or user groups.
In summary, node-level data pages are data pages that are specific to a particular node in a Pega application, and access groups are used to control access to data pages and other resources in a Pega application. Access groups can be used with node-level data pages to control access to the data stored on the data page.
Are node-level pages editable?
Node-level data pages are editable in the same way as other data pages in Pega. You can use the Pega Platform to create, modify, or delete node-level data pages as needed. To edit a node-level data page, you can navigate to the “Data Pages” tab in the Pega Platform and select the data page you want to edit. From there, you can use the user interface to modify the data page as needed.
In Pega, you can use access groups to control access to data pages and other resources in your application. If you have created an access group for a node-level data page and have not granted yourself access to the access group, you may not be able to edit the data page.
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