Designing Business Rules with Oracle Business Process Management describes how to use and develop applications involving facts, rules, and decision tables for Oracle Business Rules by using design-time tools, such as Oracle JDeveloper with Oracle SOA extension, and a runtime application such as Oracle SOA Composer.
This guide is intended for application programmers, system administrators, and other users who perform the following tasks:
Create Oracle Business Rules programs
Modify or customize existing Oracle Business Rules programs
Create Java applications using rules programs
Add rules programs to existing Java applications
The information in this guide assumes that you have a working knowledge of Java programming language fundamentals.
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