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November 2009

RT @numerikbook: Une image prise sur le vif, en fin de journée, dans le métro, vaut mille mots numériques ! http://bit.ly/3QmxKJ
Smarter Work on a Smarter Planet (IBM Movie) http://bit.ly/3TfaIM
My anti-virus doesn't let me work...grr
LOL ! Lawyer: "Have you lived in this town all your life?" Witness: "Not yet." http://bit.ly/2vr9h1
Pas mal... mais un peu trop soft à mon goût. RT @mulkers: super morceau http://bit.ly/3PtOoP
Les cons, ça ose tout. C'est même à ça qu'on les reconnaît. http://bit.ly/LckfH
@roulive processus endothermique ? bon rétablissement à tous.
"Le Digital Native déborde d'idées, il est ambitieux, imaginatif et multitâches. Il aime travailler en équipe, tout en ressentant un fort besoin d'autonomie et d'indépendance. Il a tendance à rejeter l'autorité, mais accepte la compétition."

Ouille, ca me fait penser a quelqu'un...

Source : Brainsfeed : (réflexion) > Les Digital natives: une nouvelle génération d'employés
Digital Natives... "Ouille, ca me fait penser a quelqu'un..." http://bit.ly/3OIvFO
Bruno Rives: Eblouissant... "Magnetic Movie from Semiconductor on Vimeo." http://bit.ly/2UJKFm
La renaissance de la Porsche 928... http://bit.ly/3l1uE0
Camel Market in Pushkar Mela - http://bit.ly/2RmybI
RT @Stiliweb: http://twitpic.com/nobr2 - Google Streetview car visits Overijse (Belgium)
IBM OmniFind has a well-defined Java API for ease of deployment into existing enterprise applications. http://bit.ly/3C3STS
AC Milan-Real Madrid. Mireille says 2-4 I say 2-2
Having fun with the 100 Ridiculously Questionable T-Shirts http://bit.ly/yj4GY

October 2009

Things you don't say to your wife... http://bit.ly/45fDy2
Beau travail ! RT @mulkers: We're ready for Halloween... http://bit.ly/2O6a6t
Today we visited the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. There we saw many elephants : http://bit.ly/17iEQ2
This morning (Oct 28, 2009) I attended a iLog Business Rules Management System (BRMS) Demo and it gave me an idea.

iLog has a great tool for testing rules. It allows to design test cases using MS Excell that are sent to the Rules Engine in order to determine if a rule set provides the expected decision.

In the past I ave been involved with the difficult exercice of generating test data for Business Processes. Using the iLog testing tool, this could be realized like this :

1. Before the process is designed, use the BRMS to design the process vocabulary.

2. Create some basic rules which from process inputs produce process outputs. In fact these rules simulate the process.

3. Create the rules test cases such that the rule responds the right process output from a given process input. In fact the rules set must simulates the process for the foreseen test cases.

4. Communicate the rules and their test cases to the Process developpers so they can design and build the process using the test cases.

5. For automating the tests, at the end of the process (or at intervals if the process is composed of serveral parts), send the process inputs to the business rules and ask the rules engine to compare process results with the expected process results (this requires a comparison rule which allows to determine of two result sets are considered equivalent).

To illustrate this, I used the opportunity to test gliffy to make a diagram:

Last twit was to test the del.icio.us / Twitter integration...
Testing Business Processes with iLog Business Rules (Illustrated with Gliffy) http://bit.ly/JMQLH
Discussion: The Enterprise Architecture Network | LinkedIn "Linking Information Systems to Business Performance" http://bit.ly/4GdUxV

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