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Make the most of your business rules with greater data integration capabilities via seamless connectivity to REST API services and a simpler, faster .NET server architecture for faster throughput.


With Corticon, you can access all the data needed to make your business decisions. In addition to passing XML or JSON data to Corticon, you can use the bundled Progress DataDirect connectors to access database and REST data sources directly from your rules. If you have custom data sources, you can use the Corticon extension APIs to access them from your rules. Corticon provides the flexibility to meet your data access needs.

REST API Data Access

Corticon 6 expands the data integration capabilities with the inclusion of Progress DataDirect Autonomous REST Connector. You can now retrieve data from REST API services to enrich the payloads being processed by your rules.

The new REST API data source complements the existing Enterprise Data Connector (EDC) and Advanced Data Connector (ADC) features, providing the ability to access both REST API and SQL-based data from your rules. Potential use cases include accessing an external credit bureau's REST service to retrieve a credit rating for an applicant or accessing an internal REST service to retrieve supporting information for a healthcare claim.


Enhanced .NET Support

Corticon 6 introduces a new architecture for .NET. The previous cross-compiling architecture has been replaced with a much simpler and faster architecture for bridging between .NET and Java. Corticon 6 .NET performance is as much as 3x faster than previous versions.

Corticon 6 .NET supports both in-process and IIS deployment. In addition, samples and supporting utilities have all been completely revised so that they are easier to use and easier to contrast to the Java implementation.

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