Release 2.1.0

OpenRules Release 2.1.0 May-2005



OpenRules 6.4.2 Expands Decision Modeling Capabilities

The Release 6.4.2 introduces new types of decision tables: DecisionTableAssign, DecisionTableIterate, DecisionTableSort

May 20, 2017

Book "DMN in Action"This practical guide is available from Amazon. Supporting software:

Feb 16, 2017

OpenRules 6.4.1 introduces WHY-Analyzer for Decision Modeling

The Release 6.4.1 introduces a graphical WHY-Analyzer that allows business users to analyze behavior of their DMN-based decision models

Dec 20, 2016

OpenRules Wins 10th International Rule Challenge

OpenRules®  "What-If Analyzer for Decision Modeling" won 10th International Rule Challenge Award at RuleML-2016.

July 8, 2016


Forrester Research, Inc.

"OpenRules have the most-aggressive approaches to business-expert authoring and typically requires less developer support than IBM ILOG, FICO Blaze Advisor, and JBoss BRMS.

Market Overview: Business Rules Platforms



Upcoming Events


DecisionCAMP-2017 July 13-14, 2017, London, UK

BBC-2017 Nov. 6-10, 2017, Orlando, FL, USA

Recent Events

RuleML 2016 and DecisionCAMP-2016, July 6-9 2016, New York

BBC 2015: Nov. 2-6, USA

Video "DecisionsFirst Modeler Integration with OpenRules"

Webinar "Creating and Managing Executable Decision Models"





EDISON, NJ -- May 05, 2005 -- OpenRules, Inc. announced today that a new release of OpenRules 2.1.0 is available for free downloads. While Release 2.1.0 is a minor release, it contains several essential improvements that address an enormous customers response to OpenRules-2 introduction.

Release 2.1.0 improves OpenRules interaction management providing a powerful while intuitive mechanism for server-side input validation. Customers can use various built-in input validators to validate credit cards, social security numbers, regular expressions, and add their own custom validators.

OpenRules 2.1.0 essentially improves multi-platform support. All build processes are now completely Ant-based making OpenRules development environment platform-independent. The structure of rules projects is simplified to correspond more traditional organization of software projects in both Windows and Unix environments.

Improvements made in the Web deployment processes allow customers to utilize latest versions of the Tomcat server as long as existing Tomcat installations.

Click here to see Release Notes for OpenRules 2.1.0.

About OpenRules
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