Hello Ivan, wondering that have you found any solution for your requirements?
I want to design UI which suggests options to the user for adding,modifying
and deleting rules. Within drools final 5.4.0 version, writing rules in xml
format is depreciated, so I thought to save user input data as rules inside
a .drl file with our own translation from UI. Seems it will take time, we
need to consider creating rules either first degree or n-degree(several
conditions and actions for each rule). As you said it wont be
Any solutions to deal with it?
Thanks in advance.
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?
It looks to me the direct translation from the user input to Drools syntax
is not very straightforward and less flexible than handwriting, also we
need save the rule user defined on the UI in our own format and translate
it to a file Drools can be supported, is this something suggested or in
practice we should avoid this?
Generally speaking, we are trying to build our own UI a business user
without engineering background can define with a Graphic interface (e.g,
only simple selection, no coding, no handwriting rules), and we also want
to leverage Drools' powerful rule engine.
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