I have a decision table will be delegated to the business user to maintenance. one of the requirement is to have an audit track every time when the user change the content of the decision table.(e.g. add more condition, add more result value...). Try to use the security audit for rule change. but got error message when define the declare trigger rule Applied to Rule-Declare-DecisionTable " a declare rule can not apply to another declare rule". any solution on this?
What rule is being used for the trigger? Depending on what is being changed in the decision table (a property) you could use that as the trigger. Generally an audit of any rule change is maintained automatically as to system, time and user name and ID. You could monitor one of those properties.
I set up the trigger on the decision table itself. I got error message of "can not apply declare rule on another declare rule". Are you saying to set trigger on the property rule that is used in decision table? Does it mean if there is change on the property that is not from decision table update, the trigger will be triggered as well? The requirement is to audit the property change inside the decision table only.