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Rule, rule, rules, Rules
The basic building blocks of an application, rules define the behavior of an application. There are many types of rules, each defining a different type of behavior. For example, rules define the display of a form, the fields that are used in your application, and the flows that define the process of completing work.

The system can reuse rules throughout your application. For example, in an application for ordering replacements parts, you can define a user interface to capture an address, and reuse the same rule for the UI to capture both the mailing address and the billing address for the order.

You define rules in an application to create a business solution for your organization and customers. Rules provide flexibility during the development process and help you design applications more efficiently, so that they can be implemented again in future projects.