The following sections explain two examples of using dynamic business rules to promote Oracle Commerce records.

The first example shows how a single rule provides merchandising results when an application user navigates to a dimension value in a data set. The scope of the merchandising coverage is somewhat limited by using just one rule.

The second example builds on the first by providing more broad merchandising coverage. In this example, an application user triggers two additional dynamic business rules by navigating to the root dimension value for the application. These two additional rules ensure that merchandising results are always presented to application users.

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