Abstract—This paper proposes the use of common sense rules and domain specific rules rulebases using Reaction RuleML format in conjunction with database metadata rule that can be used to support the development of automated web forms. Database metadata can be extracted from system catalogue tables in typical relational database systems by several tools depending on Web application environment. The results show that this mechanism successfully insulates application logic from code.
—Web forms, database metadata, XML, reaction ruleML.
The authors are with the Department of Computing, School of Computing informatics and media, University of Bradford, Richmond Road, Bradford, BD7 1DP, UK (e-mail: A.Albabah@ student.bradford.ac.uk, Tel.: +441274 233946, fax: +441274 234282; M.J.Ridley@Bradford.ac.uk).
Cite: Atia M. Albhbah and Mick J. Ridley, "A Rule Framework for Automatic Generation of Web Forms," International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering
vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 584-589, 2012.