If this assigning of values between objects does not require further action, then you can
use stateless sessions in sequential mode. (By "further action" I mean no rules
need to fire in reaction to object changes.) That's how you'll get maximum speed.
Also, the setup is generally what takes the most time, so it's best to keep an engine
(or pool of engines) initialized and ready to go for incoming requests.
--- On Thu, 5/28/09, Zevenbergen, Alex <azevenbergen(a)paddypower.com> wrote:
I am wondering
if Drools is suitable for a task I have to
I have an
application that assigns values to objects –
in some circumstances an object’s value may have to
be mapped onto
another object. The circumstances that this might happen in
don’t have many
common characteristics so I have cant really put this logic
into a db.
So my question
is whether Drools is the better option to put
this logic into?
Also this app
relies on speed and is Drools fast enough to
facilitate this? (<= .005 sec
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