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End to end BPM (with a splash of DMN)

Red Hat Summit next week is shaping up to be one of the best ever! And if you are a Drools or jBPM enthusiast, you will be busy: another top presentation that we have lined up for you comes from a partnership between Signavio and Red Hat. Duncan Doyle and Tom Debevoise will be driving the show on this one with ...

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DMN 1.1 XML: from modeling to automation with Drools 7.0

I am a freelance consultant, but I am acting today as a PhD student. The global context of my thesis is Enterprise Architecture (EA), which requires to model the Enterprise. As one aspect of EA is business process modeling, I am using BPMN from years, but this notation is not very appropriate to represent decision criteria: a cascade of nested ...

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DMN runtime example with Drools

As announced last year, Drools 7.0 will have full runtime support for DMN models at compliance level 3. The runtime implementation is, at the time of this blog post, feature complete and the team now is working on nice to have improvements, bug fixes and user friendliness. Unfortunately, we will not have full authoring capabilities in time for the 7.0 release, but ...

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Introducing Drools Fiddle

Drools Fiddle is the fiddle for Drools. Like many other fiddle tools, Drools Fiddle  allows both technical and business users to play around with Drools and aims at making Drools accessible to everyone. The entry point to Drools Fiddle is the DRL editor (top left panel), which allows to define and implement both fact models and business rules, using the ...

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Drools 7 to support DMN (Decision Model and Notation)

The Decision Model and Notation (DMN) specification is a relatively new standard by OMG (Object Management Group) that aims to do for business rules and business decisions what BPMN (it’s sibling specification) did for business processes: standardize the notation and execution semantics to enable both its use by business users, and the interchange of models between tools from different vendors. The Drools ...

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Drools 6.5.0.Final is available

The latests and greatest Drools 6.5.0.Final release is now available for download. This is an incremental release on our previous build that focus on a few key improvements to round up the 6.x series. You can find more details, downloads and documentation here: Drools website Downloads Documentation Release Notes Read below some of the highlights of the release. You can also ...

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Security management in jBPM & Drools workbenches

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

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

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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