As we approach the end of the year, we are taking a look back at some of the perennially useful developer articles from years past. They might be oldies but they are still gold. This article was first published on the Cúram on DeveloperWorks site in 2014.
Curam Express Rules (CER) is a domain-specific language developed by Cúram Social Program Management for use in defining questions that can be asked within the application, and for performing calculations. CER is used for a number of different aspects of Social Program Management configuration.
In this article, read a high-level overview of CER. It describes basic constructs that you need if you are developing or modifying CER rules. It also describes what developers need to do to manage rule changes, and validate those changes. Finally, it describes implementation basics that you need to know when developing CER rules.
Read the article, Getting started with CER Rules