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Good Beginnings – Achieving Sustainable Automation

Last year, I spoke at Decision Camp about practices that rapidly orient a new team and get them discovering problems in their project–like a compass orienting them toward the North…

Automation Teamwork
Chris Berg

No Values: Much Ado About Nothing

In computer terms, what is nothing, and why should you care? Even for rule authors with a development background, a quick review of how InRule handles “nothing” values can be…

NoValue
Robert Eaman

Using User Defined Functions Felicitously

Like many InRule users, my background is in software development. As a result, I often find myself taking whatever means I can to bypass low-code tools: When I need to…

User Defined Publications
Dan Gardiner

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…

Dan Gardiner

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…

Patterns and Practices
Robert Eaman

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…

Dustin Oxford