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Loading and Using Third Party ADO.NET Data Providers
One of the great things about InRule is that there are numerous spots within the product where you can extend native functionalities to be able to easily support integrating with new things that we haven’t added into the core product (yet). One of those areas is around integrating with databases.
Enhancing Performance with Testing
We are always looking for ways we can do better. At InRule, our goal is to make automation accessible. Rule authoring is an iterative process. As we build our business rules, we are always looking for ways to improve not only our accuracy but also the performance of our rule applications. Fortunately, our integrated testing tool (irVerify) can help.
Give it a REST! Part 2: Retrieving and Using Azure AD OAuth Tokens in a Rule App
In the first part of this two-part series, we created a Rule App that calls out to an irServer REST Rule Execution Service (RES) – if you haven’t already, I’d highly recommend reading through that first. In this part, we’re going to briefly touch on how to configure an Azure App
Give it a REST! Part 1: Calling the irServer REST Rule Execution Service from a Rule App
Warning: in the InRule Blog, we have a wide variety of posts – some are targeted towards business users, and others are targeted towards the more technical side of our customer base. This post is the first in a two-part series about interacting with REST endpoints from a Rule App,
In a previous post, we looked at the fantastic integration options that are available out-of-the-box with our Salesforce integration. While the functionality that integration provides will be sufficient for the majority of InRule customers, there are always edge cases where a different type of interaction with InRule may be appropriate.
Merging Rules With… Other Rules?
Introducing the irAuthor Merge Extension What is a merge tool? While InRule is designed to empower business users to author their own rules, there will inevitably be folks from the IT side of the organization that interact with business rules at some point – be it for data integration
Rule Application Patterns: Vocabulary & Independent Rule Sets
A couple years ago I wrote a blog post that highlighted an excellent irAuthor method which adds a member to a collection of messages in a ruleset using a Vocabulary template. While that blog post and that pattern is highly useful even to this day, I came across a limitation