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JBoss Drools - Drools Fusion: Appropriate Approach ?

Rishi Varma

Joined: Jul 06, 2008
Posts: 9

Has anybody worked with Drools fusion? I looking for some pointers:

I need to know if Drools (or Drools-fusion specifically) would be the right approach:

My requirement is to analyze certain "facts" ( events, in my case - with a fixed TimeStamp and other values) against a bunch of rules to detect or derive another complex event.

it could be something as simple os counting the frequency of an event over a given time frame( measured by the TimeStamp in the logs).
Or it could be something more complex as stating that if a particular pattern of events are occuring, then xyz has to be derived from the basic events etc...

can i achieve this using drools-fusion? Is there anyplace i can get some documentation and examples on getting it running?


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