Managing Master Data with webMethods OneData 10.5 | Managing Master Data with webMethods OneData | Implementing webMethods OneData | Data Validation in OneData | Data Validation Using the Rules Engine
Data Validation Using the Rules Engine
Validation and Action Rules
Rules Syntax
Configuring Validation and Action Rules in the Rules Engine
Disabling a Rule in Rules Engine
OneData provides a rules engine that you can use to create validation or action rules to validate data. When data is updated or inserted, the rules engine invokes a post-command hook to validate data or perform an action. Hooks are command-line commands that invoke external programs (including stored procedures and shell scripts) at a specific data manipulation event. The post-command hooks of the rules engine run behind the scenes.
For more information about hooks, see Developing for webMethods OneData.
The rules engine only evaluates inserts and updates. The rules engine does not support rules comparing columns from different tables.

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