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JBoss: Developer's Guide by Elvadas Nono Woguia

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Implementing a decision table

JBoss BRMS provides a set of options to first create decision tables and then produce DRL rules from them: web-based and spreadsheet decision tables. Web-based decisions tables are created through a graphical user interface in Business Central by inspecting facts and fields present in the working memory, whereas spreadsheet decision tables are created by importing a custom XLS sheet. The sheet is organized by rows and columns; each row represents a rule, whereas a column can represent a condition, an action, or a rule option. Spreadsheet decision tables have the advantage of being more accessible to business users. Let's consider the following scenario:

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