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<mainDescription>&lt;a id=&quot;XE_rule__prototyping&quot; name=&quot;XE_rule__prototyping&quot;>&lt;/a>
&lt;p class=&quot;MsoNormal&quot; style=&quot;MARGIN: 3pt 0cm&quot;>
&lt;span style=&quot;mso-bidi-language: HE&quot;>The goal of the Rule Analysis activity is to prepare the rules for the
implementation. The rule analyst and the rule writer will analyze the rules discovered in a disjointed way into a
complete and coherent set. From the rule description, the glossary of business terms and may be from a first version of
the logical data model (LDM), the discovery team needs to transform the rules using the terms of the business to
elements that will be implemented by the rule writers. The rule analyst executes a set of iterative tasks to reach rule
implementation.&lt;/span>
&lt;/p></mainDescription>
<sections xmi:id="_tA5YEDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw" name="Create a simple rule flow" guid="_tA5YEDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw">
<sectionDescription>&lt;a id=&quot;1086688&quot; name=&quot;1086688&quot;>The ruleflow defines the execution order of rule artifacts within the context of a larger&#xD;
decision.&lt;/a></sectionDescription>
</sections>
<sections xmi:id="_usf-QDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw" name="Prepare a simple unit test code" guid="_usf-QDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw">
<sectionDescription>&lt;p>&#xD;
The unit test should prepare the input parameter(s) and other related data to trigger the rule execution under&#xD;
development. Rule writer should work with the business user to define test data and scenario. Using the IDE to author&#xD;
and test rules the rule testing framework can be created, executed, tuned in the same environment to quickly write and&#xD;
test rules. As Agile method we recommend to use a Test Driven Development approach.&#xD;
&lt;/p></sectionDescription>
</sections>
<sections xmi:id="_6OjFIDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw" name="Code the rule under test" guid="_6OjFIDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw"/>
<sections xmi:id="_8RaUwDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw" name="Validate the execution" guid="_8RaUwDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw"/>
<sections xmi:id="_-ThWcDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw" name="Report any issue, questions, concerns for the next discovery meeting" guid="_-ThWcDyIEdyA6a_I80swHw"/>
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