Integrating with the rest of an application
Drools has been historically used (and will most likely continue to be used) to cover many different use cases. Since, as a framework, it acts as a behavior injection component, we can use it to inject all sorts of logic anywhere in our applications. Since we cannot cover all possible types of integration, we will try to cover the most common cases here, and discuss the natural evolution that is usually seen for Drools integration in diverse applications.
The first most common step for integrating Drools is usually embedding its dependencies and code inside our own application and using it as a library.
Embedding Drools into our application
This is usually the first scenario for integrating Drools with ...