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Data enrichment use-case with DMN and BPMN

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In this post I want to share an interesting use case of data enrichment, using DMN with BPMN and other open standards. The typical usage pattern for data enrichment is the following: a complex data structure containing several attributes is provided as input; based on some computations and decision results, the original structure is enrichedRead more →

Event-driven rules with Kogito

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As part of our effort to make Kogito usable in an event-driven fashion, this article introduces a new addon: the event-driven rules addon. It is available since Kogito v1.12.0 and its behavior resembles what the event-driven decisions addon (presented here) already does for decisions. Key concepts The new addon enables the evaluation of DRL ruleRead more →

The Road Towards a Public API (part 2)

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In my last post I described the principles guiding the design of the new programmatic API. As I promised last time, in this blog post I would like to give an overview of new API capabilities that this new design would enable. One downside of having an API that is tightly-coupled with the implementation ofRead more →

Smart Scroll for BPMN/DMN Editors

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Introducing Smart Scroll Creating and managing BPMN/DMN resources can be a daunting task. Projects can come in many shapes and sizes and with varying levels of complexity. Consequently, being able to locate and identify nodes is of utmost importance. Focusing on easing the load of such demands, we introduce Smart Scroll for BPMN/DMN editors. AvailableRead more →

Drools basic examples

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Drools community discusses various usage, issues and questions on google group (https://groups.google.com/g/drools-usage , https://groups.google.com/g/drools-setup) and zulip chat (https://kie.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/232677-drools) daily basis. When we discuss the usage of a specific feature or syntax (for example, "accumulate"), our documentation (https://docs.jboss.org/drools/release/latest/drools-docs/html_single/) is the best resource but there may be cases where users stumble when they try a little different thing fromRead more →

Handling Effective Date and Expiry Date with DMN Decisions

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DMN is a modeling language and notation for the precise specification of business decisions. DMN is easily readable by the different types of people involved in decision management. Red Hat Process Automation Manager supports the DMN open standards.  Handling effective date and expiry date of decisions is a common requirement across businesses. While it isRead more →