The RuleLab.Net Business Rules Engine (BRE) enables the separation of business logic from application code through building the business rules in XML. Create, share, and manage your Rule files online; integrate them into your system via the BRE component. The Web-based Rules Designer is available for composing Business Rules via an intuitive GUI that lets you associate your application XML data template with the Rules, graphically build complex logical expressions, compose the Rules in an English-like syntax, test the Rules on your data samples, and store them in the online repository. Strong data types, calculation formulas, looping-data-structure support, and many other features add power to the forward chaining Rules parser of the RuleLab.net BRE. The built-in set of computational, aggregate and other data processing functions can be customized.
RuleLab.Net has been designed for easy integration with existing applications supporting XML. Written in .NET, the BRE component can be utilized as a managed assembly, a COM object, or through the Web Service. BRE component Clients can synchronize the Rule files with the online repository. Rule changes made online can be instantly deployed for runtime use by the applications integrated with the BRE. The convenient Web interface allows Business users to update the Rules over the Internet. RuleLab.Net lets you turn your application into a rule-based system. See interactive demos, C# samples, and tutorials at www.rulelab.net.
RuleLab.Net Business Rules Engine (BRE) is a free trial software application from the Components & Libraries subcategory, part of the Development category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2007-05-02. The program can be installed on WinXP.
RuleLab.Net Business Rules Engine (BRE) (version 1.5.14) has a file size of 109.64 KB and is available for download from our website.
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