Chapter 5. Human-readable Rules
Business rules implementations presented so far were aimed mostly at developers. However, it is sometimes needed that these rules are readable and understandable by the business analysts. Ideally, they should be able to change the rules or even write new ones. An important aspect of business rules is their readability and user friendliness. Looking at a rule, you should immediately have an idea of what it is about. In this chapter, we'll look at Domain Specific Languages (DSLs), decision tables, and rule flows to create human-readable rules.
Domain Specific Language
The domain in this sense represents the business area (for example, life insurance or billing). Rules are expressed with the terminology of the problem ...