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From James Richards <hei...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: JSR94
Date Thu, 30 Oct 2003 16:27:17 GMT
We took a look at droolz for a rules engine and it is
a good solution...I do know that previously droolz was
under www.werken.com but now it seems to be under
codehaus and there seem to have been licensing changes
for at least some of the projects...

Droolz would be a nice choice...

> 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 ?
> 
> 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.
> >
> >Chris
> >
> >
> >
> >  
> >
> 
> 


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