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brDoc BREX and Co: S1000D Business Rules Made Easier - cover

brDoc BREX and Co: S1000D Business Rules Made Easier

Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Publisher: Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

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Are you implementing S1000D? Then business rules will be in big bold letters on one of your to-do lists. But how to address them, when there are hundreds and hundreds of decision points in the S1000D? 
This little book offers nineteen articles to break down the complex concept into easier, more digestible "bites." Some explanations are repeated in various articles to help you to refresh your memory in case of longer breaks between those "tastings" of information. 
By the end of this book you will have a better understanding of S1000D business rules and the structures supporting them. And finally they will become much less overwhelming to address.

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