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Business Rules Management System: Visual Rules 4.2

08.12.2008
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The Business Rules Management System Visual Rules Version 4.2 is now available. Visual Rules is an especially intuitive and high-performance Business Rules Management System for creating and managing business rules. Business logic is modeled, tested, monitored and managed in a simple but powerful graphical interface.

Visual Rules covers the complete rule management process. Via a uniquely comprehensive graphical modeling approach, Visual Rules provides an advanced collaboration platform for business analysts and IT. Visual Rules is designed for integration of rule management into applications and Eclipse-based platforms.

Top Reasons For Choosing Visual Rules

  • Business Rules: Transparent and Auditable
  • Round-trip Rule Lifecycle
  • Model business logic graphically - no need to learn a script
  • Create business rules via drag & drop of descriptive icons
  • Test-driven and iterative approach
  • Profiling function for business rules included
  • Automatic documentation of rule projects
  • Integrated process support
  • Powerful collaboration platform for business & IT
  • Maximum performance and scaleability
  • Hot deployment while executing
  • A diversity of extension points for integration into applications and platforms

4.2 comes with many new features:

  • Support of Eclipse 3.4 (in addition to 3.3 and 3.2)
  • Graphical visualization of rule dependencies
  • Rule documentation export with additional content (HTML or PDF)
  • New Properties tabs for data elements and attributes (with support for multi-selections)
  • Easy import of rule statistics from production or test environments
  • Visual compare and merge of test results with expected results
  • Copy&paste from Excel into decision tables
  • Faster code generation

Rule Dependencies in Visual Rules 4.2:

 

Download: Visual Rules 4.2

 

 

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