FEEL more confident transforming data
FEEL (Friendly Enough Expression Language) was created by the Object Management Group (OMG) “as part of the DMN standard”. Its goal is to be easy to understand, and at the same time, be full-featured enough to handle decision tables and literal expressions. When business and IT often work together on complex projects, writing expressions in a (relatively) accessible way reduces miscommunications and helps align teams. Camunda uses FEEL to map and transform business process data dynamically. For example, a loan application process pulls a credit score from an API call into a decision table. The decision table automates the next step of the process depending on the rules in the table. The data from the decision automation can then be...
Camunda BPM: User Task Assignment based on...
In business processes involving human workflow the task assignment logic can become quite elaborate. For instance the processing of insurance claims, or other variants of approval processes, may require many or complex task assignment rules. The Decision Model and Notation (DMN) decision tables are an excellent tool to manage such rules — outside of code, in a business user-friendly way.
Full Coverage of DMN FEEL 1.2 Starting...
We are happy to announce, that Camunda BPM 7.13 (scheduled for the end of May) includes full coverage of FEEL 1.2 – for more DMN notation elements than before: Input Expressions NEW! Input Entries Output Entries NEW! Literal Expressions NEW! We achieved these improvements by adding the former Community Extension FEEL Scala Engine, written by Philipp Ossler, to the official Camunda Stack.