FEEL Engine Legacy Behavior
If you come from a Camunda BPM version <= 7.12.x and already use FEEL, it might be that you need to migrate your DMN models. To do this, please check out the Migration Guide, where we’ve documented all breaking changes.
If you don’t want to migrate your DMN models right now, you can also restore the legacy FEEL behavior by flipping a config flag:
- To see how this legacy behavior can be enabled again in the Camunda BPM Platform, please see the dmnFeelEnableLegacyBehavior engine configuration property.
- To enable this behavior in a standalone DMN Engine setup, please refer to the
DefaultDmnEngineConfigurationenableFeelLegacyBehavior and setEnableFeelLegacyBehavior methods
By using the legacy FEEL Engine, the Camunda DMN Engine only supports
Input Entries of a decision table – this corresponds to FEEL
simple unary tests.