How to build a business rules engine: extending application functionality through metadata engineering

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Morgan Kaufmann, 2007 - Computers - 484 pages
This is the only book that demonstrates how to develop a business rules engine. Covers user requirements, data modeling, metadata, and more.
A sample application is used throughout the book to illustrate concepts. The code for the sample application is available online at http://www.refdataportal.com.
Includes conceptual overview chapters suitable for management-level readers, including general introduction, business justification, development and implementation considerations, and more.

This is the only book that demonstrates how to develop a business rules engine. Covers user requirements, data modeling, metadata, and more.
A sample application is used throughout the book to illustrate concepts. The code for the sample application is available online at http://www.refdataportal.com.
Includes conceptual overview chapters suitable for management-level readers, including general introduction, business justification, development and implementation considerations, and more.

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Contents

Business Rules in Business Rule Engines
4
Cost and Scale
10
Exrension of Applications
16
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Malcolm Chisholm holds an M.A. from the University of Oxford, a Ph.D.from the University of Bristol, and has over 20 years of experience in information technology. His expertise has allowed him to work in various industries focusing on systems development and data administration. Recently he has worked with the United Nations Development Program and Deloitte and Touche.

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