The IBMAr Operational Decision Manager product family provides value to organizations that want to improve the responsiveness and precision of automated decisions. This decision management platform on IBM z/OSAr provides comprehensive automation and governance of operational decisions that are made within mainframe applications. These decisions can be shared with other cross-platform applications, providing true enterprise decision management. This IBM RedbooksAr publication makes the case for using Operational Decision Manager for z/OS and provides an overview of its components. It is aimed at IT architects, enterprise architects, and development managers looking to build rule-based solutions. Step-by-step guidance is provided about getting started with business rules by using a scenario-based approach. This book provides detailed guidelines for testing and simulation and describes advanced options for decision authoring. Finally, it describes and documents multiple runtime configuration options. This third edition, SG24-8014-02, of this IBM Redbooks publication updated the information presented in this book to reflect function available in IBM Operational Decision Manager for z/OS Version 8.7.1.... must be defined. These are referenced by the program definition. For more information about remote connections in CICS, see the IBM Knowledge Center: ... The name of this definition is used in the next step as the REMOTESYSTEM name. SESSION resource In ... by the program definition. IPCONN resource If the two regions are to communicate by using TCP/IP, an IPCONN definition is required.
|Title||:||Flexible Decision Management with Business Rules on IBM z Systems|
|Author||:||Mark Hiscock, Guy Hindle, Mike Johnson, Tim Wuthenow, James Taylor, David Griffiths, Graeme Everton, IBM Redbooks|
|Publisher||:||IBM Redbooks - 2015-06-26|