|Oracle® Database Rules Manager and Expression Filter Developer's Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)
Part Number E14919-03
Oracle Database Rules Manager and Expression Filter Developer's Guide provides usage and reference information about Rules Manager, a feature in the Oracle Database that offers interfaces to define, manage, and enforce complex rules in the database and Expression Filter, a feature of Oracle Database and component of Rules Manager that stores, indexes, and evaluates conditional expressions in relational tables.
Oracle Database Rules Manager and Expression Filter Developer's Guide is intended for application developers and DBAs who perform the following tasks:
Use Event-Condition-Action (ECA) rules to integrate processes and automate workflows
Use the database to store and evaluate large sets of conditional expressions
Use the database to define, manage, and enforce complex rules
This manual assumes a working knowledge of application programming and familiarity with SQL, PL/SQL, XML, and basic object-oriented programming to access information in relational database systems.
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