The IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) Decision Service can be exposed/called in multiple ways; however, the easiest and most convenient method of exposing the Decision Service is using the out
Eric Poulin | September 09, 2016 Today, there’s more — and richer — data than ever before. But even the best information is useless unless you know how to use it. That’s where Prolifics comes in. Over 35 years across multiple industries, we’ve helped some of the best known brands make sense of complex data from multiple sources — automating decision processes, managing risk, driving profits, and improving customer and employee engagement.
Rajeev Sharma | September 01, 2016 In my last post, I talked about the ability to quickly generate APIs using the LoopBack framework. Today, I’m going to give you a short summary on some more features which may come in handy in real-time API development that is based on the Node.js LoopBack framework.
Rajeev Sharma | June 30, 2016 Recently, one of my clients using IBM WebSphere Portal required users to access secured content without actually signing in to the Portal. These users (referred to as Guest Users) use shared secrets only known to them, like a SSN, mobile number, etc. in the entry page of portlet.
Deepak Uppal | June 28, 2016 After successful completion of deployment & testing of the RuleApp in the Dev Environment, the next step is to deploy the ruleset to the Rule Execution Server (RES) in higher environments. This blog describes the promotion of RuleApps to different environments.
Deepak Uppal | June 17, 2016 Deployment is the activity of creating a RuleApp and making it available for use by a Rule Execution Server (RES) instance. After rule authoring, the code is deployed on the server (RES) so that it can be accessed by the calling applications. We must also deploy the execution object model (XOM) that references the application objects and data against which we run our rules.
Alok Keshri | June 15, 2016