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- Directed Inheritance, directed inheritance
- A method by which a class inherits characteristics directly from a specified parent class, regardless of any defined pattern inheritance.
For example, the PegaSample-CustomerRequest class (part of the PegaSample sample application) employs directed inheritance, and its directed parent class is Work-Cover-DupByCus. Based on pattern inheritance, the parent class is PegaSample.