Seam provides a built-in component named rulesAgent that handles loading the rules and which you can use to fire rules and affect values in the working memory. After the rules have fired, you can access the working memory to see what changed.
My feeling is that the best way to get into Drools with Seam is to start with the rule-based authorization. You don't have to fire the rules, since Seam takes care of that for you, so it is a good way to concentrate on the syntax of the rules and the idea behind them. Once you are comfortable writing and using rules, then you can branch off and do your own thing.
I had used drools rule engine 2.5 based on spring frame work that provide way to write rule in annotation based java class instead of drl file. Does seam provide such facility to write business rules in java annotated class ?
posted 11 years ago
Does seam provide such facility to write business rules in java annotated class?
Not to my knowledge. I would either post on seamframework.org or create a JIRA issue.