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Provided at this link is a document to help you in creating a Web Dynpro application which involves decision making.


This article makes use of a simple example, where in the tax on a personal loan needs to be calculated, based on a set of inputted details. For the purpose of handling these decision-based calculations we make use of the NetWeaver BRM component 7.1 EhP1.


After following this end-to-end article, you will be able to –

  1. Model rules using the BRM component.
  2. Create a simple WDPro application and implement lines of code which will invoke the modeled rules.


Other links you may find useful are –

Writing Rules on XML Schema in Rules Composer

Writing Rules on Java Classes in Rules Composer

Invoking Rules Web Service from Web Dynpro CE 7.1

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