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Troy Coleman

Using Trusted Context on a Local Connection

Back in August 2011, I wrote about the use of roles and trusted context in auditing DBA activity. Just recently two separate customers have asked me about how and when to use this. Given that -- not to mention the increased attention on enterprise security, the growing demand for remote access through mobile devices, and the ongoing need to audit all management activities -- this topic is well worth revisiting.

Joseph Gulla

Reverse Engineering Business Rules

This is the last post in this series on software for Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS) software. In this post, I discuss the flip side of the business rule discussion, specifically extracting rules from existing applications. Think of a coin, it has two sides, head and tail. In the previous posts, I have been writing about the head of the coin—BRMS software that makes it possible to predefine the rules then use them at run time from the application. The tail side of the coin is using software and human invention to reverse engineer the business rules that are imbedded in the running code.

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