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Importing and Reusing DMN Models in Red Hat Decision Manager

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Decision Model and Notation (DMN) is a standard established by the Object Management Group (OMG) for describing and modeling operational decisions. DMN decision models can be shared between DMN-compliant platforms and across organizations so that business analysts and business rules developers are unified in designing and implementing DMN decision services. Reusing a DMN model in theRead more →

Intelligent Kafka message routing using Drools DMN Engine and Apache Camel

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In this post I want to share an interesting use-case of Healthcare message routing, which we implemented using the Drools DMN Engine and Apache Camel, in order to route and dispatch Patient’s Admission-Discharge-Transfer message types to the required Kafka topics and therefore queuing the message to the appropriate sub-system. I believe it is both aRead more →

DMN editor – Contributors Guide – Part 1

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If you’re reading this, probably you’ve already thought about contributing to an open-source project. However, projects generally have some learning curve, which may intimidate valuable contributors. We do not want that feeling for the DMN editor! So, this is the first of a series of posts that will quickly empower you to contribute to theRead more →

Rule Impact Analysis

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After you develop rules and put the system into production, you will need tomaintain the rules to keep up with business requirements. Basicallytests should ensure the correctness and integrity of the updatedrules, but while you work on updating the rules, you might want toknow the "impact" of your changes. Rule impact analysis feature helps you.Read more →