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Security management in jBPM & Drools workbenches

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The jBPM 7 release will include an integrated security management solution to allow administrator users to manage the application’s users, groups and permissions using an intuitive and friendly user interface. Once released, users will be able to configure who can access the different resources and features available in the workbench. In that regards, a first implementation of the user & ...

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Drools 6.4.0.Final is available

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The latests and greatest Drools 6.4.0.Final release is now available for download. This is an incremental release on our previous build that brings several improvements in the core engine and the web workbench. You can find more details, downloads and documentation here: Drools website Downloads Documentation Release Notes Read below some of the highlights of the release. Happy drooling. Drools ...

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Official Wildfly Swarm Drools Fraction

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Oficial what? Long title for a quite small but useful contribution. Wildfly Swarm allows us to create rather small and self contained application including just what we need from the Wildfly Application Server. On this post we will be looking at the Drools Fraction provided to work with Wildfly Swarm. The main idea behind this fraction is to provide a quick way to bundle the ...

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User and group management in jBPM and Drools Workbenches

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Introduction This article talks about a new feature that allows the administration of the application’s users and groups using an intuitive and friendly user interface that comes integrated in both jBPM and Drools Workbenches. Before the installation, setup and usage of this feature, this article talks about some previous concepts that need to be completely understood for the further usage. ...

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Keycloak SSO Integration into jBPM and Drools Workbench

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Introduction Single Sign On (SSO) and related token exchange mechanisms are becoming the most common scenario for the authentication and authorization in different environments on the web, specially when moving into the cloud. This article talks about the integration of Keycloak with jBPM or Drools applications in order to use all the features provided on Keycloak. Keycloak is an integrated SSO ...

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Drools: A detailed description of internal code cleanups for fireAllRules, fireUntilHalt and Timers

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In June we blogged about a new internal state machine to manage the interaction of User, Timer and Engine threads. We’ve now done another big internal clean up of this code, to make it easier to read and easier to understand. As previous mentioned all actions (insert, update, delete etc) are now placed into a thread safe propagation queue. The ...

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Using a rective stream as a data source for Drools

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A few months ago we started redesigning the Drools lowest level executable model and making it accessible to end user with a Java 8 API. To demonstrate the flexibility of this approach I tried to integrate it with a reactive stream and in particular to use this stream as a data source for Drools. To show how this works I ...

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Drools 6.2.0.Final Released

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We are happy to announce the latest and greatest Drools 6.2.0.Final release. This release in particular had a greater focus on improved usability and features that make the project easier to use (and adopt). Lots of improvements on the workbench UI, support for social activities and plugin management, as well as a brand new Execution Server for rules are among ...

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Prototyping an enterprise webapp at Devoxx Hackergarten

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For the 10th year in a row, I attended DevoxxBe. It’s my favorite Java conference, but the talk schedule isn’t always optimal: sometimes I want to see 2 great talks at the same time! So at the Hackergarten at Devoxx, between attending talks, a few of us started building a webapp to improve the schedule. We’re calling the prototype OptaConf ...

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