Part III. Designing a decision service using DRL rules
As a business rules developer, you can define business rules using the DRL (Drools Rule Language) designer in Business Central. DRL rules are defined directly in free-form
.drl text files instead of in a guided or tabular format like other types of rule assets in Business Central. These DRL files form the core of the decision service for your project.
You can also design your decision service using Decision Model and Notation (DMN) models instead of rule-based or table-based assets. For information about DMN support in Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.10, see the following resources:
- The space and project for the DRL rules have been created in Business Central. Each asset is associated with a project assigned to a space. For details, see Getting started with decision services.