An engine to execute decisions according to the DMN 1.1 specification.
- support for DMN 1.1 (Compliance Level 3)¹
- Decision Table
- Business Knowledge Model
- Literal Expression
- Function Definition
- evaluation of parsed DMN models
- extensible by own functions and types
¹ the DMN coverage is measured by the DMN TCK
How to use it?
You can use the DMN engine in different ways
- embedded as a library into your application
- standalone via REST endpoint
- integrated into the Camunda BPM engine via process engine plugin
- integrated into Zeebe as job worker
You can customize the DMN engine in the following ways.
Provide Custom Functions
The engine comes with a bunch of built-in functions which are defined by the DMN specification.
And it allows you to define own functions as FEEL expressions (using the keyword
function) or as context entry element.
However, the engine provides also a SPI to add custom functions which are written in Scala / Java. The classes are loaded via Java's service loader mechanism. Please have a look at the Wiki to see how to implement the SPI.
Transform Custom Types
The engine has a transformer (aka
ValueMapper) to transform the incoming variables into FEEL types and to transform the decision result back into regular Scala types.
If you need to transform custom types or change the result types then you can implement a SPI. The implementation is loaded via Java's service loader mechanism. Please have a look at the Wiki to see how to implement the SPI.
Found a bug? Please report it using Github Issues.
Want to extend, improve or fix a bug? Pull Requests are very welcome.
Want to discuss something? The Camunda Forum might be the best place for it.