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Guardrails, guardrails
A setting that determines which elements in your application do not comply with Pega best practices. For example, guardrails typically flag custom components that require manual changes during upgrades. You must respond to guardrail warnings to ensure that your application meets the latest requirements for efficiency and ease of use, and save development time.

By following the guardrails, you can secure a good compliance score. High compliance scores are a sign that the application is well-designed, efficient, and easy to expand.