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ILog JRules in Non EJB Context

zeema zeema
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Joined: Aug 22, 2005
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Hello:

Does anyone have recommendations using a rules system like ILog's JRules in a non ejb fashion? Specifically using an IOC framework like Spring. I am loathe to use ejbs and am looking for an integration solution that is a bit simpler. So I am curious to hear about any experiences regarding this lighter "J2EE" approach.

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Zeema
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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The Jess rule engine is very flexible about being embedded in a variety of different environments, from J2ME all the way up to J2EE, including standalone applications, servlet frameworks, and ad-hoc servers of all kinds. The book Jess in Action (see my sig) provides a cookbook for integrating Jess in all kinds of systems.


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zeema zeema
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Thank you for the recommendation.
 
 
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