The REST API has been most beneficial for others in your situation.
The user-guide shows how you can retrieve an asset and store it back again.
There is a "fluent API" with which you can programmatically construct rules.
Furthermore, depending on the degree to which your rules may differ, use of
Rule Templates may be an option.
I know other people are following a similar path to yourself and they
should be able to talk to you about real-life experiences.
With kind regards,
On 15 November 2011 06:42, kapokfly <ivan.jiang.ww(a)foxmail.com> wrote:
Due to some reasons (for example, build a consistent UI within our
application, easier to work with our own meta data, don't want SSO etc), we
are considering to build our own UI to generate Drools rule file basing on
the user input via the UI , has anyone tried this before? Is there any
library shipped within Drools Gunvor can be used to be easier to work with
Drools rule syntax?
Ivan, your Panda, forever
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