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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