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DE AutoException Handler:Continue Rule Execution on Next Statement When Exception Raised on Set Statements(Rule Definition)
When there is an exception raised from set statement written on definition section of the rule, if the DE auto exception handler is used, then the exception should be handled and a null value should be assigned to the variable and then the rule ex...
BC:Provide a control (UI Object) to receive multiple inputs from the list of given static items for a custom rule property
Provide a control (UI Object) to receive multiple inputs from the list of given static items for a custom rule property. For example, to show the list of items with checkboxes where the user can select multiple checkboxes and we should be able to ...
DE: Add all the rule properties to rule objects during extraction
DE: Add all the rule properties to rule objects during extraction. Today only few rule properties are added to the rule objects, but we need all the default/custom properties to be part of the rule object in the extracted ruleset as a default beha...
DE: Implement auto exception handler to handle rule action exceptions
Decision Engine, today provides an auto exception handler that handles the condition exceptions and continues the rule execution with the next condition, but it doesn't support action exceptions. We want auto exception handler support for action e...
ODM Decision Center 'search' feature should be expanded to include initial actions and rule flow reference
Decision Center 'search' function only searches for variable references within decision tables and action rules. We'd like to see 'search' to find references within rule task initial actions, and 'search' for which rule flow/task references a part...
When we extract a ruleapp from decision center, the ruleset jar contains all the bom (com.ibm.ia.engine.bom)/b2x(b2x.b2x)/in[out] parameters(com.ibm.rules.engine.signature.xml) under the "\ruleset.dsar\RULES_ENGINE\default\resources\ruleset\" fol...
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