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Samstag, 8. November 2003 link

alle jahre wieder, diesmal konkret, pragmatisch und "sich-gut-anfuehlend": remote authentication zwischen verschiedenen web apps. der initiale gedanke von p3k gut formuliert, eine technische demo von henso samt diskussion finden sich hier bei hns. und hoffentlich bald in der redirect-variante auch in vanilla anzutreffen - freiwillige vor! ... :)

Bob McWhirter: "Of course, I'm also fully aware that some/many businessfolks don't know how to write rules and only can keep their jobs because it takes IT quite a while to realized bogus rules in code, and by then, it's assumed that it's IT's fault the system doesn't work or make sense. A transparent business rule facilitating technology will make the business side of the enterprise more directly accountable for their decisions. Be careful what you wish for."

gpoul 6119 days ago:
As they're able to write them down in written policies they can also formulate them as business rules in a business rule engine that's application independent and enables integration of disparate enterprise systems.

An additional benefit is that business rules will be separate from application logic, which means that development in one application does not imply change in every other, associated, system.

earl 6118 days ago:
yep, 2/3 of your first and the whole second paragraph describe the typical business rules promises. however, the quote of McWhirter challenges the very first part of your statement: that "they're able to write them down in written policies" ... :)

gpoul 6115 days ago:
If they're not... guess what... you don't have to worry about them :)

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