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InRule for Microsoft Dynamics for Patient Case Management

I don't particularly enjoy going to the doctor. As a healthy individual, I generally find it to be a waste of time and money. Yes, I realize how privileged I am to be able to make that statement. But hear me out. I go to a hospital, which is already on the list of my...

Patterns & Practices: Schema Importing and Binding

Your rule application is like your house: both benefit from a strong foundation. For rule applications, the entity structure (also called the schema) is the foundation. The schema is made up of one or more entities. The entities are often related to each other, but...

Exciting New Ways to Execute Rules From Microsoft Dynamics 365

I am excited to announce that InRule has introduced several new exciting features for our Microsoft Dynamics 365 Integration Framework in InRule 5.3! Rule Your Workflows, Continued My previous blog post described our Workflow Activity which provides an easy way to...

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