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What's new in V5.4 - Multivariate Circumstancing

Updated on October 9, 2012



NewAnnounced in February 2008, Process Commander V5.4 offers dozens of new capabilities for developers, application users, and system administrators, and resolves issues found in earlier versions. This announcement introduces multivariate circumstancing. (To learn about V5.4 features in other areas, see What's New in Process Commander 5.4. )

You may identify two or more property as circumstance qualifiers for a base rule. For example, a decision rule may be qualified both with a state code (for the 50 United States states) and by a Channel code (identifying whether the qualified rule is for an insurance agent, broker, or another channel type:

Multivariate Circumstances


In addition, you can add circumstances to rules of three additional rule types. See How to qualify Declare-Expression, Declare-Constraints, and Declare OnChange rules.

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