Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English 日本語 English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Designing a decision service using guided decision tablesPreface1. Rule-authoring assets in Red Hat Process Automation Manager2. Guided decision tables3. Data objects3.1. Creating data objects4. Creating guided decision tables5. Hit policies for guided decision tables5.1. Hit policy examples: Decision table for discounts on movie tickets5.1.1. Types of guided decision tables6. Adding columns to guided decision tables7. Types of columns in guided decision tables7.1. "Add a Condition"7.1.1. Inserting an any other value in condition column cells7.2. "Add a Condition BRL fragment"7.3. "Add a Metadata column"7.4. "Add an Action BRL fragment"7.5. "Add an Attribute column"7.6. "Delete an existing fact"7.7. "Execute a Work Item"7.8. "Set the value of a field"7.9. "Set the value of a field with a Work Item result"8. Editing or deleting columns in guided decision tables9. Adding rows and defining rules in guided decision tables10. Real-time verification and validation of guided decision tables10.1. Types of problems in guided decision tables10.2. Types of notifications10.3. Disabling verification and validation of guided decision tables11. Executing rules12. Next stepsA. Versioning informationLegal Notice Designing a decision service using guided decision tables Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.0Red Hat Customer Content Servicesbrmsemail@example.comLegal NoticeAbstract This document describes how to design a decision service using guided decision tables in Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.0. 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.