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Business Rule Engine

Manoj Zachariah
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Platform : Java, XML, JSP, Oracle
Please help me out with the development stages / logic.
thanks
William Brogden
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Ooooo oooo ooo are you ever in the right place. A frequent participant here is Ernest Friedman-Hill the author of a book "JESS in Action" - a Rule Engine written in Java
See
the publisher's web site for the book.
Check out the advanced Java forum over the last few months.
Bill
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Thanks, Bill. Manoj -- if you have any specific questions bout rule engines, feel free to ask.


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Manoj Zachariah
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thanks Bill,
Ernest, i'm trying to find where i can buy your book here in India.
will get back to you as soon as i get some reply from the bookstores.
Manoj
Manoj Zachariah
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while designing knowledege bases should i go in for semantic networks or frames?
i'm doing the implementation in java and xml
Manoj Zachariah
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i'm having trouble with the automatic rule execution part! how do i take the input from the user and convert it into an xml format.
something like "if a > 100 then perform operation"
 
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