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<mainDescription>This task is initiated during the rule harvesting phase, and completed over the development life cycle. Developing the data
model used by the rules enforces to adopt a test driven development approach which define the&amp;nbsp;data with the project
model. Extracting the terms and the facts used by the rules helps to define the conceptual&amp;nbsp;data model, this model can
be unit tested with framework like Junit. Data defined in these test cases&amp;nbsp;should come&amp;nbsp;from the rule discovery
session. Rule discovery is easily facilitate when concrete example is used to drive understanding of the
business&amp;nbsp;intent for each rule. The concrete example is used to populate data for test.&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;</mainDescription>
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