Rules Applied – Basics
This article is a basic overview on rules applied, along with new features added.
Rules Applied – Intermediate
This article expands upon the information provided by Rules Applied – Basics. Here, we cover more advanced ideas and explain how to set your own rules applied.
Clojure Rules 101
This article explains Clojure for people unfamiliar with the language, and even those with no background in programming.
Clojure Rules Next Steps
This article will explain how each get a little more complex when writing Clojure Rules in LMS.
Rules Applied – Actions
In this article, we break down the different types of rules applied actions and explain the available options.
Rules Applied – Evaluation Order
Since the application of one rule can make changes that could affect another rules application, LoanPro gives you the option to specify the evaluation order of rules applied for your company. This article will explain how to do so.
LoanPro provides some basic functions that can be used to perform basic mathematical operations. To use one of these functions, you will need to know the function name and parameters, and this article will go over each.
Using Dates in Computation Rules
Introduction. When dealing with loans, a lot of things are measured in time. This can be anything from the number of days since a payment was last made to how long until a loan is paid off. As a resu…
Using Variables in Computation Rules
LoanPro has built-in variables which will be automatically replaced with the latest values for a given loan each time the rule is evaluated. This article will go over variables and how to use them in a Computation Rule.
The Rules Manager lets you create a list of rules, and then pull from that list any time you're writing a rule elsewhere.
Template Tips & Tricks
LoanPro Template Tips and Tricks. LoanPro lets you use values as variables. These variables can be used in several ways inside the system including email messages , custom forms , computation fields…
Using Computation Rules to Automate Stoplights and Flags
In LoanPro, there are several automated evaluation channels that can change the stoplight or flag status for your loan. These status changes are evaluated when a loan is updated on a daily basis, generally outside of business hours for the US and Canada, and can be run manually from inside of a loan as needed. This article will primarily cover how to create these computation rule systems.
Using Conditional Statements
General. This article assumes that you have read Computation Rules and Comparisons and that you understand the material covered in those two articles. At times, we will want different values to be co…
General. This article will cover the use of functions to format merged values in your templates inside LoanPro. Formatting functions can be used in the following things: Custom Forms. Email Tool. Tri…
Net Charge-Off Rule Trigger
Introduction. The net charge-off rule trigger is designed to let you view and run manual evaluations on charge-off rules. How To. You can create a rule application for charge-off by navigating to Set…
Follow-up Date Default Rules
Introduction. LMS's follow-up dates can help you make collections efforts on your loans. Some companies use promises to accomplish this, but follow-up dates can be automated. This helps you easily bu…
Creating Temporary Variables
This article explains how to use temporary variables to simplify long Clojure statements.
Special Operators for Computation Rules
Introduction. If you've read Clojure Rules 101 and Clojure Rules Next Steps , then you know that some operators perform special functions, and return different kinds of data. This article discusses s…