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DMN Demystified, Part 4. Key Element 3: FEEL

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

If DMN just wanted to be a requirements-gathering notation along the lines of BPMN 1.x, DRDs and decision tables would be enough. (And unfortunately, to many decision management vendors and consultants, those are enough!) But DMN has higher aspirations. Like BPMN 2.0, it seeks to unify modeling and execution in a single language, accessible to business people but powerful enough to handle real-world decision logic. In the end, DMN had to invent that language, called FEEL.

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