Visual Testing

The rule and flow testing environment are designed to show the exact same representation of the rules as they're executing as when they were designed. So, both a rule and a flow invoking the test paradigm allows you to see the conditions that you design as a representative against different sets of interactions and or data that are spread through that. Every phrase or condition in the rule is highlighted as to its evaluation against the provided input data.

For instance, when testing a truth table, it evaluates input data and displays results by highlighting conditions – turning elements green and red based on the evaluation.

Permanent unit tests can also be created. They live with the rule and can be run at any time as well as on schedule/rule change. In the event of a unit test failure, the owner of the rule is notified.