Making Decisions in coreBOS just got a lot easier. We already had Condition Expression and Condition Query Business Maps which were put together in coreBOS Rules to give developers a very powerful condition evaluation engine, and, now, we have added upon this another business map to make it even more flexible: Decision Table Business Maps.

Continue reading to learn how to use this new functionality.

Evaluating some conditions and returning a result is an extremely common task in computer science, almost everything we do can be reduced to it. Due to this, coreBOS as a framework had to give it's developers and implementors a way to make these decisions at some high-level/abstract way that frees developers from having to modify the code to make those decisions each time the final user has some business logic change (which is also extremely common).

Enter Decision Table Business Maps

The concept of a Decision Table is very well defined and all the logic and process behind it also. There is a full Decision Model and Notation Specification which defines all the cases and how the problem should be approached and it is all framed in the BPM environment. coreBOS implements it's own Decision Table logic based on the standard specification but very adapted to the specific coreBOS environment and infrastructure.

The coreBOS Decision Table Business Map documentation page explains very well the different options and gives a fundamental explanation of how decision making can be done so I decided to record a video showing and explaining the functionality with some live examples.

External References

You can find a few useful links about Decision Model and Notation (DMN) here:


Hopefully, I have been able to convey the potential this new business map has and I trust it will optimize your customizations.

Enjoying the power of the coreBOS framework.

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