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EDISON, NJ -- March 16, 2005 -- OpenRules,
Inc. announced today an availability
new major release of OpenRules that in 2004 became de-facto the most popular
open source Business Rules Engine. OpenRules 2.0.0 goes beyond a pure Business
Rules Management System. It extends OpenRules to scale of a framework for
development and maintenance of Rules-based Web Applications.
Release 2.0.0 introduces Web Forms management facilities that allows non-technical users to create web forms using simple Excel tables which specify form layouts in a WYSIWYG manner. It also provides a methodology and numerous examples how to define complex interaction logic. It includes an extendable library of standard layouts, data types, and methods to support rules-based interaction processes.
OpenRules 2.0.0 introduces Web Deployment mechanism that allows developers to expose basic rule projects as Web Services. It also provides a push-button deployment mechanism for presentation-oriented Web Applications with rules and forms defined in Excel.
Release 2.0.0 includes a reference implementation and a sample
project for JSR-94.
OpenRules 2.0.0 comes with a rich set of user tutorials available online from http://openrules.com/documentation.htm. In particular, it extends the Clinical Guidelines use case to demonstrate how business and IT specialists can work together in developing complex Rules-based Web Application.
Open Source product OpenRules 2.0.0 software and documentation can be downloaded
without any license fee from http://openrules.com/download.htm.
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