If you use Maven to build it as a war, then it's simple to deploy to Tomcat. Nothing
special needs to be done.
My preferred way of doing this is to create a Spring web application, as it makes REST
services simple. Create a Spring bean to wrap the knowledge base & session (if
it's a long-running session). That way, you just call a method on the knowledge base
wrapper, which will insert facts, fire rules and construct a response object.
On 2 Sep 2013, at 09:58, ashwindrool <ashwin.khandelwal86(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I want to create drools web application and deploy it in tomcat.
Also need to expose its method for web service REST call to initiate drools
Can u hep me...
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