Thursday, August 20, 2009

Drools 5.0 and business process modeling flexibility (Kau)

Great to see people spreading the word on knowledge centric apis for declarative behavioural modelling :)

Drools 5.0 and business process modeling flexibility (Kau)
"Now it is possible to implement the business logic without being restricted to rule-centric or process-centric modeling approach. Therefore from the design point of view the users can practice the best applicable approach to design different parts of the business logic."
"Moreover the processes, events and rules (Condition, Actions) are all now part of one knowledge base. Thus it is easy to manage the state, share context of a particular process instance. Consequently the process instances can deviate from the pre-defined execution path, for example to handle an exception."

1 comment:

  1. Hi!
    I'd like to ask you some tricks about a project I want to use drools for.
    This is about sliding time window rule.
    In order to have a parameter in an expression like window:time(1day3h...) how can I sobstitue "1dayeh" wih a dynamic parameter? I tried using both java or mvel parameters without any success.Is it possible to do something like that.

    Thank you very much in advance for your effort,