Model flows, decision tables, and natural language files.
A Decision Table is an approach to modelling logic and rules in a systematic way that will represent all of the combinations of possible conditions for a decision in a tabular form.
A Decision Graph is a model that inter-connects the decision such as Decision Requirement Diagram (DRD), reusable sub-DRD, and other types of graphs.
NL is a way of modeling business rules and logic using business terminologies. The benefit of using Natural Language is that it hides all the technical complexity from users.
Decision Requirement Diagram
Decision Requirement Diagram (DRD) is a diagram that can be created following Decision Model and Notation (DMN), which is an open standard notation for modeling decisions.
Procedural rules in a tree procedure are suitable for implementing complex rules and logic. if necessary, certain parts of the application can be hard-coded.
A flow allows you to orchestrate the execution of multiple activities, tasks or logic documents. It can be a generic flow or a workflow with human interactions.
Information Requirement Diagram
The Information Requirement Diagram (IRD) is a model used to define a graph in order to process data using data operations, business knowledge, and rules.
Parameters are a gateway with which to communicate with the logic. These enable both application-to-logic and logic-to-logic communication.
Input Validation Logic
Custom Attributes Manager
Create a dynamic object
Event & Triggers