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DMN 1.2: Haters Gonna Hate

Here we go again.  We saw this eight years ago with BPMN 2.0.  A revision of the standard allows tools to work 99% the same as in the previous version, but adds some new features around the edges.  This causes the proprietary tool vendors to howl in unison: Not business friendly!  Why can’t it work like the earlier version?  (Of course their  tools are not compliant with the earlier version, either.)  Basically they are asking, Why can’t this standard work just like my proprietary tool?

So now on the DMN LinkedIn group we have a similar wailing post: Keep DMN Simple.  I’m not a tool vendor, and on reading these self-serving hit pieces I try to bite my tongue, but I gotta call BS on this one.

The arguments in this post mostly center on decision tables.  Decision tables are a staple of all decision languages, but every language – tool-specific […]

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