Application and production rulesets
An application contains a set of rulesets. The New Application wizard creates the initial application rulesets. When the application is generated, the created rulesets include two rulesets for the application itself and two organizational rulesets. In the following example, HRApps and HRAppsInt contain application configuration. The two organizational rulesets — in this example, TGB and TGBInt — contain reusable organizational assets, such as data structures.
Tip: The rulesets ending in Int are used for rules related to integration.
Add additional rulesets for reusable functionality that you might want to migrate to other applications. For example, the integration wizards create separate rulesets for each integration. The CreditCheck ruleset holds the integration assets for a connector used to perform a background check.
Production rulesets have at least one unlocked ruleset version in the production environment. Production rulesets include rules that are updated in the production environment. The most common use of production rulesets is for delegated rules. However, production rulesets can be used for any use case requiring rules to be updated in a production environment.
Production rulesets are configured in the Advanced tab on the application record. In addition, the production ruleset needs to be specified in the access group.