As a business rules developer, you can use Business Central in Red Hat Process Automation Manager to design a variety of decision services. Red Hat Process Automation Manager provides example projects with example business assets directly in Business Central as a reference. This document describes how to create and test an example traffic violation project based on the Traffic_Violation sample project included in Business Central. This sample project uses a Decision Model and Notation (DMN) model to define driver penalty and suspension rules in a traffic violation decision service. You can follow the steps in this document to create the project and the assets it contains, or open and review the existing Traffic_Violation sample project.
For more information about the DMN components and implementation in Red Hat Process Automation Manager, see Designing a decision service using DMN models.
- Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2 is installed. For installation information, see Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2 Installation Guide.
- Red Hat Process Automation Manager is installed and configured with Process Server. For more information see Installing and configuring Red Hat Process Automation Manager on Red Hat JBoss EAP 7.2.
Red Hat Process Automation Manager is running and you can log in to Business Central with the
developerrole. For more information, see Planning a Red Hat Process Automation Manager installation.