Customizing WebSphere ILOG JRules for rule authoring, Part 1, Exploring dynamic domains

Integration with Back-End Systems

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Tamer Nassar and Terrence White

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: September 29, 2010

This series of articles explores various techniques for customizing the authoring environment of the WebSphere ® ILOG Rule Team Server. Part 1 of the series covers a method of integrating business rules with back-end systems in order to populate drop-down menus in the rule editor, which allows users to select valid values when authoring rules. Part 2 of the series assists the user with the creation of pop-up widgets in the rule editor that can be used to search back-end systems for information to help users to populate business rules with accurate data during rule authoring.

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Zone=Business process management, WebSphere
ArticleTitle=Customizing WebSphere ILOG JRules for rule authoring, Part 1: Exploring dynamic domains