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Defining propositions

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After you configure the data sources to use in your decision strategies, create a set of service or product proposals to make to the customers as a result of adaptive and predictive analysis.

To create a complete set of offers, define your propositions, business issues, and groups.

  • Reusing existing business issues and groups

    Copy business issues and groups across applications to reuse existing propositions. You can copy resources from built-on applications going one level down the application stack. This copy option gives you more flexibility and control when you define business issues, groups, and propositions.

  • Creating a business issue

    Start defining propositions hierarchy by creating the class that represents the business issue. You need business issues to create groups which can store properties. Business issues and groups define a proposition hierarchy used to organize propositions.

  • Creating a group

    Create the class that represents the group. Before you create a group, you need to create a business issue. Business issues and groups define a proposition hierarchy used to organize propositions.

  • Defining versioned propositions

    The versioned propositions are listed in the Hierarchy tab of the Proposition Management landing page, under the Decision data records section. These propositions are part of the decision data rule instance managing propositions for a given group. They are also referred to as decision data records.

  • Defining unversioned propositions

    The unversioned propositions that are listed on the Unversioned proposition data tab on the Proposition Management landing page are data instances of the group data class.

  • Creating a property

    Create a property in a particular business issue and group. For example, this can be a property named Customer ID of text type which can store customers' IDs.

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