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Completing the Data tab

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Depending on the decision data class definition selected when creating the decision data rule, this tab displays the rule elements that business users can control. Saving the decision data rule allows you to test the changes to the decision data. Checking in the changes makes the changes available to all users. Typically, the changes to decision data are made available by system architects when activating a revision that contains the corresponding decision data rule.

A decision data rule can contain:

  • Generic decision data
  • Decision data that holds propositions

Generic Decision Data rule instances

This type of decision data rule is created outside the Strategy Results (SR) class or any class that inherits from the SR class for the decision data definition. Use this rule to create properties that you want to use in decision strategies. The properties contain simple lists of values that are not specific to any proposition.

You can override the default section layout by customizing the rule form for a particular Decision Data rule instance using the pyEditElement section. You can define the uniqueness of records in a Decision Data rule instance by using specific properties as keys.

Examples of a generic Decision Data rule are global control parameters that can contain a simple list of values not specific to any proposition. In this rule, you can create any properties that you want to use in strategies.

You can manage properties in this rule by using the following options:

  • Add decision data - Add a new decision data record.
  • Import - Import propositions from a CSV file.
  • Export - Export all propositions in this rule to a CSV file.

Decision Data rule instances that hold proposition data

When creating this rule, you must select the SR class or any class that inherits from the SR class for the decision data class definition. Decision data rules that hold proposition data can contain a set of values that are available in a context of a particular proposition.

You can manage properties in this rule with the following options:

  • New - Add a new proposition.
  • Import - Import propositions from a CSV file.
  • Export - Export all propositions in this rule to a CSV file.
  • Delete - Delete a selected proposition.
  • Search - Enter a value in the text box and click the button to reduce the number of propositions displayed in the list.

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