How to Define Business Rules
A business rule is an agreed statement as to how the business (and thus the business information) is handled. Business rules define which states (of the database), and which transitions between states are allowed. Business rules are enforced by means of constraints, decisions, and batches.
Business rules can be of several types, e.g. a rule can be a restriction, deduction, instruction (i.e. to explain functionality to end-users), presentation (what the application should look like), or warning.
To define business rules:
NOTE: Do not use this field for remarks (use Notes instead).
USoft will automatically:
•Assign the new business rule to the current repository version.
•Stamp your user name and the date/time into the fields for change logging on the Status tab.