Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Designing a decision service using DMN modelsPreface1. Decision Model and Notation (DMN)1.1. DMN conformance levels1.2. DMN decision requirements diagram (DRD) components1.3. Rule expressions in FEEL1.3.1. Variable and function names in FEEL1.3.2. Data types in FEEL1.4. DMN decision logic in boxed expressions1.4.1. DMN decision tables1.4.2. Boxed literal expressions1.4.3. Boxed context expressions1.4.4. Boxed relation expressions1.4.5. Boxed function expressions1.4.6. Boxed invocation expressions1.5. DMN model example2. DMN support in Red Hat Decision Manager2.1. Configurable DMN properties in Red Hat Decision Manager3. Creating and editing DMN models in Decision Central3.1. Defining DMN decision logic in boxed expressions in Decision Central3.2. Creating custom data types for DMN boxed expressions in Decision Central3.3. DMN designer navigation and properties in Decision Central4. DMN model execution4.1. Embedding a DMN call directly in a Java application4.2. Executing a DMN service using the Decision Server Java client API4.3. Executing a DMN service using the Decision Server REST API5. Additional resourcesA. Versioning informationLegal Notice Designing a decision service using DMN models Red Hat Decision Manager 7.2Red Hat Customer Content Servicesbrmsfirstname.lastname@example.orgLegal NoticeAbstract This document describes how to implement Decision Model and Notation (DMN) models in your decision services in Red Hat Decision Manager 7.2. Preface Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.