PEGA PCBA Training

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Course Descreption

This course is intended for those with prior software development experience, mainly those familiar with Java or who have completed the Pega system architect foundational training (or a substantially similar course).

The introduction to the Pega platform, its features, and the multiple user interfaces is the first part of the training. Following this broad introduction, we concentrate on the Data model and the Harness, the primary interfaces for creating applications in Pega. 

As it offers a graphical user interface that users would interact with, a harness serves as the direct building piece for an application in Pega.

Students will gain hands-on experience creating harnesses, attributes, sections, and user interface layouts from scratch and utilising pre-built Pega standard user interfaces through various activities.

In this course, you’ll learn:

Learn how to:

– Recognize the Pega development best practices.

– Recognize the value and capabilities of Pega’s low-code platform.

– Examine the platform’s user interface and learn how to use the tool.

– Get a high-level overview of Pega’s application development methodology, from idea conception to deployment.

The Data model is the Pega platform’s second important component.  Pega is a low-code platform that excels in process definition and data modelling.

One of the main factors contributing to Pega’s rapid ascent to prominence as the top customer relationship management (CRM) platform for top-tier businesses is its data model, which enables robust, scalable, and adaptable applications.

The creation of properties, data types, and data tables, as well as fundamental Pega data principles, such as whether to utilise a data node vs. a data page and how to take advantage of inheritance in the data model, will all be covered in this lesson.

The many node types and how they relate to one another to form process flow will become apparent to the students.  Additionally, they will learn how to add user actions and essential assignments to processes.

Finally, the course will explain the idea of stages and steps in Pega and how they are used to specify how work flows between users and assignments, focusing on hands-on activities that will allow students to test these out for themselves.

To be certified, students must pass the Pega Certified Business Architect (PCBA) test.  The Foundation exam, the first part of this two-part test, is a 40-question, one-hour exam that students will take after the training program.

The Application Builder exam makes up the second part of the test.  Students will construct an application in Pega based on a set of criteria during this two-hour scenario-based test.

Students must be at ease with the Pega interface and capable of building straightforward apps from the start if they want to succeed.

The ability to comprehend, develop, and maintain Pega applications is demonstrated by this certification, which is highly respected within the Pega community.

The training has been helpful for students in hastening their understanding of the Pega Platform, and many have discovered new possibilities and promotions after passing the course and receiving their certification.

This should help you better understand what the Pega Certified Business Architect course includes.

Frequently Asked Questions

A renowned software provider that offers a platform for creating and implementing corporate software applications, PEGA offers the PEGA Certified Business Architect (PCBA) certification program.

There are no prerequisites to learn Pega PCBA. All you need is a brief understanding of BPM.

The growing demand for Pega’s low-code platform for digital transformation across sectors has raised PCBA demand. Pega PCBA demand will expand as more organisations choose low-code platforms for speedy app development and automation.

PCBA in Pega stands for Pega Certified Business Architect.

Although Pega is a low-code platform, you must write a Java script to add specific features.  Instead of “coding,” the tool is a drag-and-drop UI with visual basic scripting.

Experience and background matter. Some may find Pega’s drag-and-drop UI and straightforward layout easy to master. Without technical or low-code platform knowledge, it may take longer to learn.

Pegasystems offers the Pega PCBA (Pega Certified Business Architect) certification to professionals who can show proficiency in creating and implementing business solutions using Pega’s Business Process Management (BPM) software.


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Course Content

Case life cycle
How to design a case life cycle
Multi-step forms
Collecting information from user
How to update case status
How to add instructions to assignment
Sending emails
Duplicate search
Temporary cases
Adding optional actions
Skip a process or stage
Decision points
Child cases
Wait action

Install & Access the Policy Server
Creating a Policy Store
Unattended Installs
Policy Server Error and Profiler Logs
Cryptographic Hardware Support
Unix Installation Review

Service level agreements
How to add SLA to assignment
How to add SLA to a case
How to add SLA throughout the case life cycle

Creating fields
Creating views
Data Validation

Creating data object
Adding fields to a data object
Adding records to a data object
How to use data records
Field Groups
Integrating with external applications

Calculating values

Routing to worklist
Routing to workbasket
Approval Process

Agile Workbench
Creating stories
Creating features

Introduction to adding dynamic content to user views
Dynamic UI design
How to configure dynamic content
Event processing
How to configure event processing

Introduction to styling an application
Styling application with skin
How to customize an application appearance with skin
Controlling application appearance with skin
Customizing portal content
Customizing a dashboard
Creating users and roles

Introduction to Creating business reports
The role of reports
Business and process reports
The report browser
How to create a report
How to organize report results
Creating a report

Design thinking for business architects
Roles and responsibilities
Sprint Design
Application of DCO tools

Product backlog creation
Project success requirements
Testing best practices
Configuration fast-track