Training videos that explain how to work with OpenRules.



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



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

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Video "DecisionsFirst Modeler Integration with OpenRules"

Webinar "Creating and Managing Executable Decision Models"





Recorded Webinar with James Taylor

May 7, 2013: Creating and Managing Executable Decision Models using DecisionFirst Modeler and OpenRules



The following brief video sessions explain how to use OpenRules® to create and maintain different executable decisions.

Session 1. Explains how to create and test a very simple decision "DetermineCustomerGreeting" using only Excel. This session is oriented to a business analyst.


Session 2. Explains how to use alternative ways to represent rule families for the same decision "DetermineCustomerGreeting". This session is oriented to a business analyst.


Session 3. Explains how to integrate the already tested decision "DetermineCustomerGreeting" with a Java application. This session uses Eclipse IDE and is oriented to a Java developer who helps a business analyst to add his/her decision to a working Java application.


Session 4. Explains how to expand the same decision "DetermineCustomerGreeting" with an ability to greet children differently than adults. This session is oriented to a business analyst.









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