Exporting DMN diagrams as drools rules¶
Signavio Process manager enables you to model decision logic with the easy-to-use Editor and to subsequently export DMN diagrams as DRL files to transfer them into the open source business rules management solution Drools (http://www.drools.org/). Thus, you can easily transfer DMN diagrams into automated business logic.
You can either export multiple diagrams, one diagram, or just one decision table and its sub-decisions. The Signavio Drools export supports four different export types: Production, Development, Test, and Cases. In contrast to the Production, Development adds additional comments and logging behavior.
You can select which diagram revision to export.
Permissions for the Drools export can be limited to users of specific user groups.
In order to export decision logic to Drools, open the Explorer. Select one or multiple diagrams and go to Import/Export, then Export Drools:
Now you can adjust your selection and set the following export properties:
You can choose whether to export the latest revision of the diagram that has been saved in the Editor or the latest revision that was published in Collaboration Hub.
- The option Production mode exports the decision logic to drools. It does not include comprehensive comments, support for detailed logging, and test cases.
- Development mode provides additional comments and logging behavior.
- Development mode + test cases provides additional test cases in the form of .csv files (one .csv file for each top level decision). The .csv files contain all combinations of all relevant sub-decisions.
Click Export to trigger the export process.
Alternatively, you can export a decision table and its sub-decisions directly from the Editor.
In the Editor, open a decision table and click Import/Export in the top-right corner of the dialog. There you can chose between generating the Drools export or the test cases (as described above):
Before starting the export, you can choose whether to include related sub-decisions (if applicable):
As soon as the files are generated, you can download them in you browser: