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business rule

A business rule is a statement that describes a business policy or procedure. Business rules are usually expressed at the atomic level -- that is, they cannot be broken down any further. 

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Business rules can be deployed in a variety of different methods. We just published a free eBook on the Interceptor Rule model here: http://blog.decisions.com/Decisions-Blog/bid/316574/New-eBook-Interceptor-Rules-by-Decisions
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