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Implementation Tips – Business Rule Definition

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Implementation tips on defining Business Rules

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From Oracle Order Management Cloud product team:

If you are using the Business Rules Editor to define rules in Basic/Simple mode in Order Management Cloud, Release 17D or a higher, there might be a possibility that these rules may not be executed properly.

What are we recommending:  If you are implementing Order Management Cloud, Release 17D or a higher, you need to define business rules in the Rules Editor using the Tree or Advanced mode.

We also recommend evaluating the Visual Information Builder (VIB) where possible to define the business rules (this is available for Pre-Transformation, Process Assignment and External Interface Routing rules) as rules created through the VIB are Tree or Advanced mode rules.

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