In that case having multiple XLSs is probably just fine (unless I am
On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 8:03 PM, philippe rouxel <prouxel.pacte(a)gmail.com>wrote:
Yes, these rules are legal norms electical in my case .
Thanks for reply.
2010/3/10 Michael Neale <michael.neale(a)gmail.com>:
> There is currently no DSL support for decision tables (there is
> some talk of it, but not sure if it would help this particular case).
> In your case, I would think that in your case you would need to have
> multiple XLS files (you can make them share data I guess, for what is in
> I gather in your case you have different rules in different languages -
> the same rules in multiple languages right?
> On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 8:26 PM, philippe rouxel <prouxel.pacte(a)gmail.com
>> I post this, but got no echo:
>> My project is multi-national: the business model is in English, but
>> some rules depend on the user's country (fr, de).
>> This rules have to be edited in the locale language.
>> For editing a rule, the guided rule editor and a DSL are fine.
>> But for a decision table, I did not find a way to use a DSL.
>> So, what is the best strategy:
>> + use a template for each DT and loose the benefits of sharing the
>> + use an expander for each DT that parse a DSL and translate the terms.
>> Or may be an other solution?
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