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From "Chris Perrin" <cpli...@hifiit.com>
Subject Re: JSR94
Date Thu, 30 Oct 2003 16:32:54 GMT
Sorry to be obtuse, but does that mean:

a) Drools already does this or
b) It might be interesting to enable drools to run with Geronimo?

Chris
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "James Strachan" <james_strachan@yahoo.co.uk>
To: <geronimo-dev@incubator.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 10:26 AM
Subject: Re: JSR94


> On Thursday, October 30, 2003, at 04:23  pm, Ludovic MaƮtre wrote:
> > I'm pretty new to the Geronimo project but perhaps peoples want to use
> > drools from codehaus since it is developed by some of the developer of
> > geronimo, ins't it ?
>
> Agreed - drools rocks
>
> http://drools.codehaus.org/
>
>
> > Chris Perrin wrote:
> >
> >> Because the JSR94 spec clearly specifies the use of J2EE as a target
> >> for
> >> running a rules engine, has anyone given any thoughts for providing a
> >> rules
> >> engine implementation that runs natively in Geronimo?
> >>
> >> Obviously something like this would be a service that the user would
> >> have to
> >> configure, but it might be useful to Geronimo users to have a JSR94
> >> compliant rules engine ready to go "out of the box."  If we ensured
> >> strict
> >> JSR94 compliance, then we could keep people from locking into a
> >> Geronimo-specific implementation if they wanted to migrate to another
> >> platform.  The rules engine might also have a standalone component
> >> which
> >> someone could use if they thought a Geronimo might be overkill for
> >> some
> >> projects.
> >>
> >> If anyone thinks this is a worthwhile idea, I'll start cranking out
> >> some
> >> code.
>
> Why not just contribute to drools?
>
> James
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