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Drools Server Introduction, Overview and Configuration PlugTree April 2010

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on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of Drools_Server_PlugTree_042010

Drools Server Key Features Current Status Key Features Decoupled Executions Host Remote
Knowledge Session History It was created to host simple sessions (just stateless) Simple Web Application (WAR) Common Scenario Drools Guvnor: static knowledge resources (rules/processes) Drools Server: runtime environment Commands Current Status Configurations Questions? twitter.com/salaboy
salaboy.wordpress.com Future Work Integration with Drools Grid
for management and directory capabilities Drools Camel Endpoint Improvements Tooling for configurations
and monitoring Agenda Interoperability between Different Platforms Now host
Knowledge Services Future Work <batch-execution lookup="ksession1" >
<insert out-identifier="santa">
<object xsi:type="ns2:person">
</batch-execution> Configurations Sessions Configuration
(sessions.xml) <drools:connection id="connection1" type="local" />
<drools:execution-node id="node1" connection="connection1" />
<drools:kbase id="kbase1" node="node1">
<drools:resource source="classpath:change-set-1.xml" type="CHANGE_SET" />
<drools:model source="classpath:model/person.xsd" />
<drools:ksession id="ksession1" type="stateful" kbase="kbase1" node="node1"/> Services Configuration
(services.xml) <drools-service:definition id="service" node="node1"
<drools-service:configuration marshaller="JAXB" session="ksession1">

</drools-service:definition> We will use the Spring Integration - sessions.xml
- services.xml
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