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No-code? Why a Rules Engine is not enough!

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There is divided opinion on the value of using a Rules Engine. Being able to deliver business rules with no-code approach implemented by business users themselves is certainly an advantage. However, many of these initiatives fall short. This is because a Rules Engine on its own is not enough. The dynamic that delivers the value […]
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Rule Engine Inference

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We get asked a lot about rule engine inference, such as “When rules execution happens in order or based on priority, then how does inference fit into this picture?” In this post, we are going to show you how rule engine inference works and how you can ask an engine to use inference capability over […]
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XBRL and Standard Business Reporting

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XBRL stands for Extensible Business Reporting Language and is an XML-based file which uses accepted financial reporting standards to exchange financial statements across all systems. According to the XBRL.org website, “The international XBRL consortium is supported by more than 600 member organisations, from both the private and public sectors”. And some of the most important features of XBRL […]
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JavaScript Form Validation using Business Rules

In Business Rule Posted
One of the use cases of utilizing a Business Rules engine is to act as a JavaScript Form Validation library in order to validate both complex UI behaviour and the relationship between its UI components. In the web application development world, there are many JavaScript Form Validation libraries already, from pure JavaScript, Angular to jQuery, and many others. Some of […]
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What is a Workflow?

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A Workflow is not just any Flow! We have talked about Flow orchestration in previous posts. This is an approach to automates various steps of a process flow using different activities i.e. Database call, Decision Table execution, Decision Requirement Diagram, and etc. A Flow puts all of these steps together to implement a fully automated scenario. […]
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Gartner 2016 Gold Coast

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Gartner Symposium: first Gold Coast Australia, next Barcelona Last week FlexRule exhibited at Gartner Symposium Gold Coast and was pleased with some heavy traffic to our stand. Over one hundred people stopped and talked with us about how we can use our Process, Data and Rules engine to connect, transform, enable their existing and new […]
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Information Requirement Diagram – IRD

Information Requirement Diagram, or in short IRD, is unique to FlexRule in that it allows data logic be composed and reused from smaller building blocks (data operators) visually. The Information Requirement Diagram (IRD) is powered by our rich and dynamic monadic operators and places this power in the hands of everyone with a visualization method […]
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