Customizing business rules
By using PerformancePoint Expression Language (PEL), you can write powerful business rules.
In This Section
- Analyze rule choices
Provides guidelines to help you select a rule set type and rule type. It also includes links to descriptions of specific rules.
- Specify the implementation type
Provides detailed descriptions of implementation options.
- Review methods for creating a rule
Provides a brief description of the different methods that Planning Business Modeler supports for creating a business rule.
- Review formats for business rules in PEL
Describes the advantages of using PEL, and describes several common rule formats you can use.
- Best practices for writing rules
Provides helpful guidelines about how to write rules in PEL. Includes information about conditional statements, variables, and parameters.
- Predefined templates for general business rules
Provides background information about Planning Business Modeler rule templates, and links to specific information about complex templates such as intercompany eliminations and currency translations.
- About system-defined rules for financial models
Describes the definition and procedural rules that Planning Business Modeler generates for you.
- PerformancePoint Expression Language Reference
Provides links to information about PEL. This includes overview descriptions, syntax descriptions, and detailed reference information for all PEL programming elements.