Object Analysis Toolkit
Object Analysis Toolkit (OAT) is a rules processing engine to apply provided rules against arbitrary objects.
- Rules contain a Target, a Severity, a boolean Expression and a List of Clauses which are applied to the targeted object.
- Clauses perform a specified Operation on a specified Field of a Target. The Field can be any property or subproperty or field of the object specified with dot notation to separate levels.
- The Analyzer has 4 delegate extensibility points.
- Property Parsing
- Value Extraction
- Custom Operation
- Rule Validation
Check the Wiki for additional detail.
The basic usage of Logical Analyzer is applying rules to targets using the Analyze function.
object target; IEnumerable<Rule> rules; var analyzer = new Analyzer(); var rulesWhichApply = analyzer.Analyze(rules,target);
Detailed information on how to author rules is available on on the wiki.
A full walkthrough includng creating a custom operation and validating your custom operation rules is available on the wiki.
Documentation for implementing each delegate is available in the wiki.
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