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The Business Rule Processor (BRP) business service is a general-purpose, highly-scalable business logic execution engine. The business logic is defined from within the Siebel client administration user interface, reducing the need to hard-code the logic into the Siebel Repository file. This supports scenarios in which there are constant changes to the business rules. The BRP can define and execute highly complex business logic.
You can invoke the BRP by a run-time event, workflow, or Siebel script. This is described in Invoking the Business Rule Processor.
The BRP executes business rule processes. A business rule process is constructed much like a computer program or a Siebel workflow. A process consists of procedures. Procedures are made of steps. Steps, in turn, contain statements. A statement is a conceptual line of code.
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