Authoring Business Rules in IBM WebSphere ILOG Rule Studio V7.1 (Remote) (VB314)
PLEASE NOTE: This course is also available as an Instructor Led Class, Authoring Business Rules in IBM WebSphere ILOG Rule Studio V7.1 (WB314).
NOTE: THIS IS AN INSTRUCTOR-LED ONLINE COURSE. PLEASE DO NOT MAKE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS COURSE.
This 3-day instructor-led course provides policy managers and other business users with an in-depth look at rule authoring in IBM WebSphere ILOG Rule Studio V7.1.
This course teaches the concepts, processes, and procedures necessary to write, update, and maintain business rules. Through instructor-led presentations, product demonstrations, and hands-on lab exercises, you will learn the core features of Rule Studio, and how to perform rule authoring tasks such as updating existing business rules to reflect changes in business policy and creating and updating decision tables.
You will work with rules that are based on an actual business model, and create new business rules with building blocks and vocabulary from the underlying business object model (BOM) to define variables and express rule conditions and actions. The exercises prepare you for some of the questions and issues that can arise when authoring rules for complex business decisions and models. You will closely examine the business case study and its underlying BOM to understand how the BOM is reflected in the rules. The rule authoring exercises build on each other, and demonstrate the relationship between the BOM and the vocabulary that is available in the rule editors. You will also become familiar with the Rule Team Server management features, such as baselines, project analysis, and permission management for sharing rules between multiple users.
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- Course introduction
- Introducing business rules
- Introducing JRules BRMS
- Foundations of rule authoring
- Understanding rule projects
- Introducing rule authoring
- Working with conditions in rules
- Working with definitions in rules
- Writing complete rules
- Authoring decision tables and trees
- Authoring rules: Putting it all together
- Reviewing rules
- Introducing Rule Team Server management features
- Course summary
Who Can Benefit
This intermediate course is designed for policy managers and other business users who author and maintain rules using Rule Team Server.
You should have experience with identifying, defining, and testing business policies and rules.