Source: Oracle ( Gary Hallmark)
literal expression is used in MM, and textual expression is used in grammar. Let's use 1 consistently, but check that they are really the same concept.
Reported: DMN 1.0 — Thu, 16 Jul 2015 16:30 GMT
Disposition: Closed; No Change — DMN 1.4
`textual expression` does not mean `Literal Expression`
There are no places where `textual expression` refers to the `literal expression` meta model element.
`textual expression` is used only in the FEEL grammar and in the refinement of Decision Tables when using FEEL (10.3.2.10 Decision Table) and it clearly refers to the FEEL grammar in that instance.
Each input expression SHALL be a textual expression (grammar rule 2). Each list of input values SHALL be an instance of unary tests (grammar rule 15).
Updated: Thu, 31 Mar 2022 19:30 GMT
DMN14 — LiteralExpression and textual expression seem to mean the same thing, need to use the same term
- Key: DMN14-6
- OMG Task Force: Decision Model and Notation 1.4 RTF