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JBoss rule usage in J2EE application

Gaminda Jayakody
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I'm working in a J2EE (EjB 3) application Which i plan to implement some of the business logic using "JBoss rule".

1 what is the best way of integrating rule engine to the EJB tier ?

2 Can the rule engine validate a large number of data set asserted as objects efficiently ?

Mark Spritzler
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I need to move this to the JBoss forum, because the question is about a specific JBoss product, and the link at the top of this forum says to post those in the Product section, and not this forum.

Mark


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