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Drools JBoss Rules 5.X Developer's Guide by Michal Bali

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Summary

In this chapter we've learned about various integration points available in Drools. The Drools Camel module allows us to build very lightweight, platform-agnostic, and quick-to-write clients that can execute rules remotely. It can be provided as a service for our customers who require more fine-grained integration with our rules. For example, to provide the service with a different UI or add their own services on top of it. Another use case might be if we don't want to share our rules with our customers; we just want to give them the ability to execute them.

We've learned that it is better to give the rules/processes a different life cycle than the rest of the application. The rules and processes tend to change more often. We know how to ...

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