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Open Source Rule Engine in Java

  Asked By: Leon    Date: Apr 12    Category: Java    Views: 3502

Does anybody have experience with an open source rule engine in java
which is JSR94 compatible?



6 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Midissia Lopez     Answered On: Apr 12

We have done lot of work with this JSR specially we used it a lot during the design of JSR 233.

Is there anything specific that you need to know?

Answer #2    Answered By: Sebastien Anderson     Answered On: Apr 12

You can see Drools (http://drools.org)
See also http://drools.org/JSR-94+TCK+Tutorial

Answer #3    Answered By: Hu Chalthoum     Answered On: Apr 12

Drools is an open  source rule  Engine which you can really trust on. We used this engine  in one projects with really heavy business rules. It meet all the requirements you need.

Recently, it's been as a JBoss product, called JBoss Rules. You can use version 2 or 3, depending on your need. Because these two versions are completely different.

Answer #4    Answered By: Danny Perkins     Answered On: Apr 12

u can get help from http://www.openrules.com
its good for begining of OpenRules projects

Answer #5    Answered By: Riley-jack Johnson     Answered On: Apr 12

jboss have also a rules engine:


Answer #6    Answered By: Om Viswanathan     Answered On: May 27

JSR-94 is only a thin API around a rules engine and that too is fast losing its importance. If you need a simple, rules engine having plain english rules and allows running if-then type rules, please check out 'Acuity Business rules composer' from concentricsys.com.

founder and ceo,
Business rules for everyone

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