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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 15, 2022

enable multiple decision services to be synchronized at once

its easy when we have multiple decision services working on and need to sync with DC .i have to rightclick and synchonize multiple no of times.this can be avoided as an improvement

Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Antony Viaud
    Oct 14, 2022

    Hello, while in absolute the request is valid, it's not been requested by other customers. The unit of work for synchronization is one decision service (that means all the rule projects defining that decision service), and while a workspace can contain multiple decision services, synchronizing all or many decision services at the same time has not been commonly requested. In the light of all the other Ideas we receive for ODM, I'd rather be honest that this idea doesn't appear as one we would consider as high or medium priority. But if you feel strongly about it, please comment.

    Thank you

  • Guest
    Jul 15, 2022

    Providing additional details on the request:
    In Rule Designer, have the ability to select multiple Main Decision Service Projects and synchronize them with Decision Center.
    In the Synchronize view, current behavior ONLY allows "1" Main Rule project to be published at a time.

    Requested behavior is that Independent main rule projects work like when there is a Main Rule project with Referenced Standard Projects, in the synchronize view, ALL referenced projects are available and they can be pushed selecting them all.

    For IBMers: Hector Diaz ( main provide additional details and some screenshots.