As far as I know the the 'integrated testing tool' is available in the
latest version of the Drools BRMS (where the screenshots in the blogpost
come from). The 'as far as I know' comes from the fact that I'm writing
about it, not developing it!
It's probably worth getting the latest stable build of the BRMS as the
features are evolving pretty rapidly with a good feature set already there.
In the (surprising) case of there not being enough features, Integrating
the BRMS (a tool for business types) and Fit / Fitnesse is trivial (can
give you the code sample) and easy enough for the Analysts to use.
Is there anything more to add on this?
We are in the same situation as Paul and are considering elaborating
fit-for-rules or writing our own fit/fitnesse stuff (maybe more like
Servicefixture). We hope to have business types take care of testing their
rules based on pkgs dev provides them.
I've also read this post:
What's the status on this 'integrated testing tool' mentioned in the blog?
Paul Browne wrote:
> As part of the some 'stuff' (you may be able to guess!) found myself r
> needing to integrate FIT for Rules and the BRMS. No big deal in doing
> the integration, just plugged in a new BRMSEngine fixture instead of the
> existing Engine fixture.
> Two questions
> a) This code is generic - would you be interested in a copy for the Fit
> for Rules project? There are other (minor) updates to the code.
> b) Do you have something big up your sleeve that will (soon) make this
> redundant (i.e. the QA Tab on the BRMS). Trouble is , would like to
> write this up now(!). Am I right in assuming the 'QA' tab will
> effectively be Fit for Rules integrated into the BRMS? (in which case
> the samples will be easy to port later).
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