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Hello, I'm not sure if this is the correct forum but here goes... I am currently trying to find a scripting or expression language that is interpreted by Java and is somewhat simple to learn. I have a series of text statements that will be displayed in a document if a condition evaluates to true. The condition needs to have support for the following operators ==, >, <, <=, >=, !=, AND, OR. These operators would evaluate integers and strings. There would be one or more 'super users' that would have access to change the conditions as needed. Something similar to MS Excel's macro capabilities, I think, would be sufficient. Does anyone have any thoughts, links, and/or recommendations? Thanks Heath
Ouch, I guess this was posted a while ago without us noticing. But, better late than never, I hope. I would suggest Jython. As Embedding Jython shows, it's pretty simple to call from Java, and easy to use.