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Struts and Drools

 
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Hi,

Where can I find an useful tutorial on Using Drools with Struts.

Thanks in Advance,
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What is Drools?
 
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Drools is a Java Rule Based Engine. The main purpose of Drools is to keep away the dynamically changing code from the static one. It is done so that when we change the code thereafter, it doesn't require re-compiling or redeployment.
 
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