As we have seen in the previous section, Drools Fusion allows us to detect patterns in different streams of events arriving at our knowledge session. This section covers a simple example (built using Drools Fusion and jBPM5) where we can monitor the execution of multiple business processes and influence them as a group.
If you take a look at the example project called
jBPM5-Process-Events-Patterns, you will see a very simple process definition that will be executed multiple times. Each activity/node triggers an event that will be analyzed by two rules.
Each User task on this process will have an associated time of completion. ...