Paul Browne wrote:
I've already a bit of code that does simple Spring Integration (and am
clear to donate it to Drools, need to change it to LGPL). Not sure
what you'll think of the quality (!) but already used on a client
site, might be a useful starting point.
Can we get it ASL, instead of LGPL? Xavier was on irc today, I think
he's going to have a crack at it too. So keep an eye out for him. Make
sure you read over Ales ideas that he implemented for the JBoss MC, many
of them are applicable.
Mark Proctor wrote:
> I'd like to add two sub projects to Drools to enable better spring
> and guice support - especially now we have the RuleAgent. Any
> volunteers for this? I'd like to try and standardise, as much as
> possible, how Drools works and integrates with IoC containers.
> Ultimiately the integration should be quite lightweight - mostly
> about creating rulebases and working memory and probably the scoping
> and caching of these. I guess you could also have some life cycle
> management about objects themselves and auto assertion/retraction to
> named working memories. We'd need to define a set of agreed
> annotations to define these things, that would work across
> containers. I believe the JBoss MC people have done some work in this
> area, I have cc'd to see if they have any input or documentation
> The core dev team don't have the time and aren't spring/guice
> specialists - so anyone willing to take this up? If we can get
> reasonable implementations we will add them to subversion (and the
> authors commit rights), and make part of the next release - assuming
> they are of good enough quality.
> So any takers, maybe we could atleast start at defining what this
> level of integration should look like?
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