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Frozen areas to make GUI templates…

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A feature recently checked in to trunk: an optional attribute to tell the editor to “freeze” parts of a rule. This is useful if you want to give some users access to some rules – but not change the structure (remove bits, add bits, general mayhem). Users with sufficient permissions can edit options, and canRead more →

Fedex GIS demo at ESRI (Powered by Drools Fusion)

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Custom Critical, at Fedex, do a great demo at this years ESRI conference, that is powered by Drools Fusion. You need to fast forward 2 minutes to get to the meat. They mention that there is a reasoning engine underneath, although not Drools Fusion directly, as it’s not relevant to the target audience.

October Rules Festival 2009

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Just a reminder that Edson and myself will be at ORF09 in Dallas again this year. This conference has grown and is now a 5 day event, with a lot of big names. I’ve reproduced the full agenda below: October Rules Fest 2009Agenda <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="2"><tbody><tr> <td width="110"><strong>Monday </strong></td> <td width="12"><br /></td> <td width="475"><strong>OctoberRead more →

Drools User Group Meeting – London 17th of July

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Up to date details can be found here:http://www.bsg.co.uk/Page.aspx?id=2924 14:15 – 18.45, Friday 17th July, BSG House, London, EC1V The next JBug is being held on Friday 17th July. Attending the JBug at BSG will be a fantastic opportunity to: Enhance your knowledge and skills through specialist speakers talking about hot topics Share your knowledge withRead more →

Drools Simulation and Test framework

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I’ve just got the initial Simulation and Testing framework working with JUnit integration 🙂 Although still lots to do. It allows Simulations to be run, with tests, for complex apps that involve rules, workflow and event processing all working together over time. This really shows of the Business Logic integration Platform (BLiP) concept and whyRead more →