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DMN Tools – State of the Market May 2016

It’s still early days for DMN, but a number of tools are available or have been publicly demonstrated.  Here is my impression of where we are at the moment.

DecisionsFirst Modeler

James Taylor’s free DecisionsFirst Modeler was one of the first DMN tools available.  It allows a business user to draw DRDs and enter a wealth of business context behind each decision node.  Instead of providing a DMN native decision logic editor for decision tables and literal expressions, it links to “implementations” of DMN decision nodes created in Drools, ODM, and other commercial business rule engine products.  Users fluent in those specific rule languages (and presumably licensed to use those tools) can then view and edit the decision logic via the DecisionsFirst portal.  DecisionsFirst Modeler provides a team repository featuring collaborative editing and commenting.   The tool runs on Silverlight, meaning it doesn’t work on Chrome or Edge browsers, and it doesn’t appear […]

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