Guvnor doesn't execute rules. It only acts as a repository. So you will need to do a piece of software that takes the rules from guvnor, creates a kbase, creates a ksession and exposes it (or a part of it) as web services.
I am using a Web service which will invoke Guvnor to validate the data that
is being passed as parameter to the rules, but i am not able to do so and I
got some information that we can use Execution Server to use web service to
interact with Guvnor.
If anyone had used this functionality previously, please provide pointers on
how to do this interaction or provide details regarding this.
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