Lists as DMN boxed expressions

Literal expressions, Decision Tables, Contexts, Relations, Functions, and Invocations are quite powerful boxed expressions already. However, now our editor supports Lists as a new boxed expression type. Lists represent a group of FEEL expressions. You may use it to define complex items for a particular decision, check this example: Notice that each cell of this listRead more →

Learn DMN in 15 minutes

Today we have a new announcement for new DMN users: the learn-dmn-in-15-minutes.com course! DMN is already simple and easy to understand at first glance. However, new adopters generally want to check a quick overview and learn about the most important parts, before jumping on a more in-depth journey. That’s the goal of this course! NowRead more →

KIE Decision Tooling blog

KIE Decision Tooling is the team responsible for building web editors to support business decisions, and now it has a blog. We’re still cross-posting feature releases here. But, you can also find specific content regarding the technologies that orbit the web tooling there. In our first post, we’re presenting the new code completion feature inRead more →

FEEL functions and the DMN editor

The DMN FEEL expressions are quite simple and powerful. However, this powerfulness has a price — it’s not easy to remember so many functions! Thus, we’ve decided to introduce the code completion feature on our literal expression editor. Now, users can quickly see a list of all FEEL functions available. Additionally, we’re including named elements as suggestions.Read more →

New DMN Editor Preview

The Workbench 7.13.0.Final was released Tuesday, October 16, and this version brings a lot of interesting features and important fixes. One of the highlights is the new DMN Editor as a tech preview feature that is still under development but that you can begin using. In this article, you’ll learn how to enable the DMNRead more →