sponsored by IBM
Posted:  24 May 2010
Published:  05 Feb 2008
Format:  HTML
Type:  Technical Article
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Business rules, described as the externalization of business logic and also as automation, are a means of implementing and enforcing business policies, and Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS) are a means of accelerating the change process. Helping to identify business rules can be one of the most challenging tasks because business rules have been made difficult to understand. But it is not that difficult if you understand what constitutes a business rule. Using a real-world example from the insurance industry, this article tries to solve the mystery of what it means for a structured logic to be classified as a business rule.






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