Monday, June 04, 2007

Rule Manager 1.5.0.x is released

The new Rule Manager (1.5.0.x) is released! There are many new features and enhancements. Here are some of the highlights:
  • Rule Validation; in the interactive rule map you can let the rules engine resolve any term.
    This starts an animated goal seeking process. The default waiting time is 0.5 sec. You can change this in the debug options.
  • Panning and zooming of the interactive rule map.
  • Creation of business rules and business terms are completely accessible during the trial period.
  • Export your rule policy to Windows Workflow Foundation, and you see the rules executing on top of Microsoft's Forward chaining rules engine. By default the rule tracing is on. You can see the rule execution in the output console of Visual Studio.
Existing users can follow the internal update wizard (except that you need the .NET Framework 3.0)

New users can start the installation wizard that is available here.

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