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Emergency Services V3: Proposed features

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This blog post is to share with the community the roadmap of the emergency service application for the third iteration. This application was designed to show how to architect an application using Drools and jBPM5. The application demonstrate several features of each project module and we are trying to add and complete the application withRead more →

Emergency Service Drools Application

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Hi there, the following video shows the Emergency Service Drools Application. This application show Drools and jBPM5 in action. We will be updating this application to show an end to end application using all the platform features. (video link) (github repo renamed -> https://github.com/Salaboy/emergency-service-drools-app) You can get the source code cloning the github repo: https://github.com/Salaboy/emergency-service-drools-appRead more →

Drools Grid (version 2) – #1 Modules Introduction

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Hi there, I’m right now commiting/merging into the JBoss Drools trunk (5.2.0.SNAPSHOT) the new version of the Drools Grid module. The idea of this module and all its submodules is to provide the ability to execute distributed knowledge session across distributed grid of machines/nodes. For achieving this big goal we can set up different componentsRead more →

Drools 5.1 M2 release notes

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We’re proud to announce the second milestone release of Drools 5.1. It includes a lot of new features, as described below. So try them out and let us know what you think. Knowledge Agent Incremental change-set processing The new version of the Knowledge Agent supports newInstance = false in its configuration (incremental change-set build). WhenRead more →

Drools Spring improvements

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Bauna (Pablo Nussembaum) and I have been working on improving the Drools Spring integration that Mark committed some weeks ago. We have changed the approach a little bit to make it more Spring friendly and to use the ServiceManager(SM) from Drools-vsm. in that way, you will be able to create local or remote instances ofRead more →

Camel Integration with Drools Pipeline

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Here Lucaz (Lucas Amador) and I take the first approach to integrating Apache Camel with the Drools Pipelines project (http://blog.athico.com/2009/04/batchexecutor.html).This first stage of the drools-pipeline/drools-camel project includes just the Apache Camel dependencies and two simple tests thatuse Drools VSM (Virtual Service Manager) to show how we can interact with a Drools session going through aRead more →

Guvnor Portuguese Brazilian Translation

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We would like to thank Hugo Amaral from Brazil, who has been contributing the Brazilian Portuguese translation for Guvnor. At the moment Guvnor can be used with the following languages:– English– Japanese– Simplified Chinese– Spanish– Portuguese (Now on the trunk) It would be nice to see German on the list, so if any contributor inRead more →

Drools Flow: Variable Persistence Strategies

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As community contributors, we would like to introduce one of the new features that will be part of the upcoming Drools Flow 5.1 release: pluggable variable persistance. This new feature allows you to define how to persist your process data (aka the process variables), in a relational manner. The main idea of this feature isRead more →