Unlike conventional business rule technologies, Common Knowledge lets YOU decide how to best represent and manage business rules. When it comes to representing business rules and application logic, there is no "silver bullet", no single format that can best represent all problems. Whilst a business rules language may be ideal for a particular type of problem, it may be tedious and unwieldy for another.
So what specific format does Common Knowledge use to represent business rules and application logic? The simple answer is, it doesn't! Business rules and application logic within Common Knowledge are represented and implemented using a range of rule formats. This approach ensures that Common Knowledge can provide a truly extensible and scalable solutions to the management and automation of a large range of business rule and application logic problems.
Common Knowledge includes the following rule formats for representing business rules and application logic: