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  1. Sign in. Enter your username and password to log on to the Management Console.
  2. Navigate to the Main menu to access the Entitlement menu. Click Policy Administration under PAP.
  3. The policies that you created are listed in the Available Entitlement Policies table. 
  4. You can publish policies using one of the following options.
    1. Click Publish to My PDP next to the policy you wish to publish - This will publish the specific policy to PDP.
    2. Select the specific policies you wish to publish using the checkboxes available and click Publish This will allow us to publish multiple policies at the same time to the PDP. 
    3. Click Publish All to publish all the available policies - This will publish all the policies available in the "Available Entitlement Policy" to the PDP 
    The
    1. The Publish Policy
    page
    1.  page appears.
  5. Here you can do the following by clicking on selecting an option from each section.
    1. Select policy publishing action.

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      Add PolicyThe target action of the policy will be is "CREATEDCREATE". The This option works only for the initial policy publishing process. The policy will be is published to the PDP and view in the "Policy View" under PDPcan be viewed by navigating to PDP>Policy View.
      Update PolicyThe target action of the policy will be is "UPDATE". This can be used to update a policy which is already published to option updates an existing policy that has already been published to the PDP. The existing policy which is listed in "the Policy View" will be updated.
      Order Policy

      The target action of the policy

      will be

      is "ORDER". This

      does not work for the initial policy publishing process. This can be

      option is used to put the existing published policies in order.

      These

      The policies will be ordered in descending order in the

      "

      Policy View

      "

      .

      This is not relevant for the initial policy publishing process.

      Enable Policy

      The target action of the policy will be is "ENABLE". This does not work option enables the policy in the PDP. Image Added

      This is not relevant for the initial policy publishing process. This will enable the policy to the PDP. You can display that in the action column of the "Policy View". Image Removed

      Disable Policy

      The target action of the policy will be is "DISABLE". This option disables the policy in the PDP.

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      This does is not work relevant for the initial policy publishing process. This will disable the policy to the PDP. You can display that in the action column of the "Policy View". Image Removed

      Delete PolicyThe target action of the policy will be is "DELETE". This can be used to delete option deletes an existing published policy in the PDP. The relevant policy will be removed from the "Policy View" in the PDP.
    2. Select policy Enable/Disable.
      • Publish As Enabled Policy - Allows you to enable the policy to be published. This is available by default when publishing to PDP.
      • Publish As Disabled Policy - Allows you to disable the policy to be published.
    3. Select policy order.
      • Use default policy order - Sets the default order of a policy as "0".
      • Define policy order - Allows you to set a policy order according to your preference. 
  6. Click Publish.
  7. Once you publish, you can see published policies in the Policy View in the Entitlement menu under PDP
  8.  By clicking "Edit Order"(2), you can edit the order of the policy and the order will be displayed in the policy view(1).

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 When you have multiple policies published, you can select a policy combining algorithm from(3) and click "Update".

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When you have multiple ordered policies, the least order will evaluate first and the policies will evaluate in the ascending order of the order number(priority). When the priority is high, the order number is low.


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