If you use a use a "BRL Fragment" in a decision table you can define a
column using the "Guided Rule Editor".
Template Keys added to field constraints (or free-format DRL) in the "BRL
Fragment" become columns in the decision table.
When adding a new column to the decision table click on the "Show Advanced
options" and you'll see "New BRL Condition column" and "New BRL
column" (or something like that, I forget).
In essence "BRL Fragments" in decision tables allow decision tables to do
everything a Template can do.
On 22 March 2013 10:11, abhinay_agarwal <abhinay_agarwal(a)infosys.com> wrote:
Thanks for the fast reply, I was aware of the free form DRL(I am using
now in the same way).
Still, the template key is a new thing. Seems, it might come handy incase
templates and decision table. Can you please provide some more inputs on
usage with decision table or any pointers on its usage.
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