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Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 6:49 on Monday 22 January    Add 'Building Enterprise Services with Drools Rule Engine' site to delicious  Add 'Building Enterprise Services with Drools Rule Engine' site to technorati  Add 'Building Enterprise Services with Drools Rule Engine' site to digg  Add 'Building Enterprise Services with Drools Rule Engine' site to dzone

Using a rule engine provides a framework that allows a way to externalize business logic in a common place. This will in turn empower business users and subject matter experts of the business to easily change and manage the rules. Coding such rules directly into the application makes application maintenance difficult and expensive because the rules change so often. This article goes into detail on how to architect and build a service that uses Drools to provide business decisions.

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 21:11 on Monday 4 September    Add 'When and How to Formalize Business Rules' site to delicious  Add 'When and How to Formalize Business Rules' site to technorati  Add 'When and How to Formalize Business Rules' site to digg  Add 'When and How to Formalize Business Rules' site to dzone

The terms “Agile software development” and “Business Agility” are confusing: are they orthogonal or complementary? James Taylor says that for even the most complex systems, Agile development can deliver business agility – particularly when supported by the right technology. For business rules he recommends a Rules Engine, and provides guidance in how to distinguish rules from requirements. [infoq]

Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 13:24 on Friday 2 June    Add 'Implement business logic with the Drools rules engine' site to delicious  Add 'Implement business logic with the Drools rules engine' site to technorati  Add 'Implement business logic with the Drools rules engine' site to digg  Add 'Implement business logic with the Drools rules engine' site to dzone

Using a rules engine can lower an application’s maintenance and extensibility costs by reducing the complexity of components that implement complex business logic. This article shows you how to use the Drools rules engine to make a Java™ application more adaptive to changes. Drools has the added benefit of a syntax that lets you embed Java code directly in a rules file.

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 15:22 on Friday 11 March    Add 'Velocity: A template engine, Rule engine, or both?' site to delicious  Add 'Velocity: A template engine, Rule engine, or both?' site to technorati  Add 'Velocity: A template engine, Rule engine, or both?' site to digg  Add 'Velocity: A template engine, Rule engine, or both?' site to dzone

Velocity was a pioneering template engine for Java, but it turns out that it is also a great Rule engine. Amit Kumar writes about how he used a combination of properties, toolbox and parameters to implement a powerful rule engine for an entitlement application using Velocity. [TheServerSide]


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