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DMN: Validating Data Input

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

Last month we discussed a valuable low-code implementation pattern using Business Automation Services to create event-driven database apps in the cloud. Upon receipt of a business event – a REST API call – the pattern involves a straight-through process that retrieves various database records, calls a decision service to generate additional records, and then inserts the new records in the database. The beauty of this pattern is that by using BPMN, DMN, and OData, subject matter experts can create executable implementations themselves without developer resources, greatly increasing business agility.

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