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Author Archives: Mark Proctor

Drools project lead

The Drools and jBPM KIE Apps platform

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With the Drools and jBPM (KIE) 6 series came a new workbench, with the promise of eventual end user extensibility. I finally have some teaser videos to show this working and what’s in store. Make sure you select 1080p and go full screen to see them at their best.                 What you seen ...

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Trace output with Drools

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Drools 6 includes a trace output that can help get an idea of what is going on in your system,  and how often things are getting executed, and with how much data. It can also help to understand that Drools 6 is now a goal based algorithm, using a linking mechanism to link in rules for evaluation. More details on ...

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Deployment with Drools 6.0

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KieScanner The 6.0 KieScanner replaces the 5.x KnowledgeAgent. It uses embedded Maven to allow the resolving and retrieving of jars at runtime. 6.0 applications can now easily support dependencies and transitive dependencies; using well known Maven semantics for versioning. It allows for deployment on the class path and also dynamically at runtime. Currently it supports manual “scanNow” and interval polling, ...

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Life Beyond Rete – R.I.P Rete 2013 :)

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I’m just putting the final touches onto my new algorithm. It merges concepts from Leaps, Collection Oriented Match and Left/Right unlinking, as well as a few ideas of my own. The code is committed, but I’m just getting accumulate to work and writting some more tests. I’ll do a full blog in a week or so, writting about it in ...

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