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How to Do Iteration in DMN

An often repeated charge against DMN is that it makes iteration – a key feature of real-world decision logic – too difficult for business users. “It’s programming!” they wail.  “Business users can never understand this!”  But actually, it’s not so hard.

To iterate a decision in DMN you must start with a list.  Iteration simply means performing some bit of decision logic on each item in the list.  For example, if you are a bank classifying assets for regulatory compliance, you iterate the classification decision over each asset in the list.  If you are an insurance company selling automobile policies, you iterate the eligibility and pricing decisions over each car and driver on the policy.  If you are a retailer, you iterate the price calculation over each item in the order.  Conceptually, this is fundamental.  It is not rocket science.

Most often the input list is actually a table, a list of […]

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