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From soumya_sd <soumya...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Inserting rules dynamically into camel-drools component
Date Thu, 03 May 2012 18:28:28 GMT

surya wrote
> 
> 
> By 'expensive' i mean for creating knowledgesession at runtime it depends
> on various factors like: 
> 
> 1. rules reside on local file system vs on remote repository like guvnor
> 2. compilation time for the rules.
> 3. use case at hand and etc...
> 
> 

In our case, the rules are not complicated. Using guvnor is an option but
right now I'm just thinking about doing it in the same JVM. 


surya wrote
> 
> drools-camel component just makes it easy sometimes and sure it can be
> done in pure drools as well. In our case we leverage on camel for several
> other things and it made sense for us to rely on drools-component.
>  

Yeah I would really like to use the drools-camel component because rest of
my logic is implemented using Camel. However, if it's become really hard or
I've to jump a lot of hoops to make it happen, I would go to pure drools.
Another option is to modify the drools-camel component to support these
features i.e., ability to add and remove rules at runtime. 

I'll keep you posted if I find a better way of doing this. 

Thanks ! 


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