OpenLexicon is a business rules and business process management tool that rapidly develops applications for transaction and process-based applications. There are two main components of OpenLexicon: the metadata repository and the business rules engine. The OpenLexicon business rules engine is not Rete based. It has a predicate evaluator that includes a unique ability: it can evaluate small, inline Java expressions. OpenLexicon provides strong support for Web services, so complex rulesets can be published to a service-oriented architecture without writing code. An Eclipse plugin-in is available that creates a comprehensive WSDL and data type (.XSD) in your Eclipse project.
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Release Notes: This release provides strong support for Web services. An Eclipse plugin is available for generating WSDLs that connect to the Rules Cache, without code.
Release Notes: Enhanced Web services for SOA and business rules integration. The Web service offers a simple interface to any SOA architecture. The WSDL is included on the server installation utility. 'Cache-to-Database' functionality allows the user to load a cache file (serialized or XML) into a fresh metadata schema. The use of database tables has been simplified. Process action support has been added/improved for Delete and Update functionality for both Oracle and MySQL databases. There are many, many other features.
Release Notes: Full In, Out, and In/Out support for Assign PL/SQL Expression rules. The ability to differentiate between PL/SQL Functions and PL/SQL Procedures in Assign Expression. An ISTRUE predicate function. Lexicon Wizard now flags problematic rules containing invalid parameter references. UI improvements in the parameter screen (parameter range operators are restricted, and data type selections have been trimmed). Lexicon Wizard performs basic Predicate String validation prior to saving the predicate. There are several bugfixes.
No changes have been submitted for this release.