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From Arnab Ganguly <agangul...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Need information about using Apache....
Date Fri, 25 Mar 2011 14:36:23 GMT
Can I use Apache instead of Drools? Like as  a rules execution engine that
is able to accept the request, evaluate a set of ops defined rules and
execute various responses.

Mod_proxy and mod_proxybalancer does the load balancing.Is there anything
can be done where each instance can hve own functionality like   one
instance may
be tracking the IP, another instance may be tracking by GUID or Screenname,
and yet another may be tracking by some
Signature ? Should I follow the worker model where each process launches
threads and threads have the logic ?

Many thanks in advance.
-A

On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 11:38 PM, Simone Caruso <info@simonecaruso.com>wrote:

>
>
>> We would like to use Apache as a routing layer that accepts both
>> structured documents (XML docs) also some other
>> predefined data blocks in addition to key/value paris via http and then
>> routes those transactions based on a key
>> available in the request such that the required keys and sub keys are all
>> routed to the same rules instance - this will
>> require the original request to be broadcast to multiple instances of the
>> rules engine ( for example, one instance may
>> be tracking the IP, another instance may be tracking by GUID or
>> Screenname, and yet another may be tracking by some
>> Signature.)
>>
>>
>>
> U can modify mod_proxy to act like a router
>
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> Simone Caruso
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