Oracle Real-Time Decisions (Oracle RTD) enables you to develop adaptive enterprise software solutions. These adaptive solutions continuously learn from business process transactions while they execute and optimize each transaction, in real time, by way of rules and predictive models.
This document is divided into four parts:
Part I, "Getting Started" is a tutorial that provides information and examples to help you get started using Oracle RTD.
Part II, "Integration with Oracle RTD" provides information about integrating with Oracle RTD, including information about Oracle RTD Smart Clients, Web services, and directly messaging Real-Time Decision Server.
Part III, "Decision Studio Reference" identifies each of the elements used to configure Inline Services, including the properties of each Inline Service and the available APIs.
Part IV, "Miscellaneous Application Development" provides an in-depth look at the concepts, components, and processes involved in Oracle RTD application development that require special processing, such as batch framework and external editors that enable modification of Oracle RTD application objects.
Part I of this document is designed to help technical users of Oracle RTD get acquainted with the capabilities, terminology, tools, and methodologies used to configure Inline Services.
Part II of this document is intended for developers who will use the Java-based API, .NET component, or Web services to integrate enterprise applications with Oracle RTD Inline Services.
Part III of this document is designed for technical users configuring Inline Services using Decision Studio.
Part IV of this document is designed for technical users who will develop batch jobs or external editors that interface with Oracle RTD application objects.
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