Thank you Mark for valuable helping answer. Can you please give a simple example of the
mentioned approach?It will help me alot to go ahead implement the approch which you
On 02-Jan-2014, at 11:56 pm, Mark Proctor
The simplest and best way is to create a model to hold all your data, then use a
recursive MVEL template to generate the rule from it.
> On 2 Jan 2014, at 14:38, Swapnil Aute <swapnilaute(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to use drool engine to run the drl files for decision making. This drl file,we
want to create using our own editor. We will br giving certain conditions and actions,with
this info we want to create drl file.
> I wanted to implement the versioning also.If anyone have any idea,please share it.
>> On 02-Jan-2014, at 6:59 pm, Wolfgang Laun <wolfgang.laun(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Reading that old nabble thread should have shown you that there are
>> several options for generating what people call "DRL file" without
>> saying precisely what they mean. What do you expect when you
>> ask for an "API to create a java file"?
>>> On 02/01/2014, neal <swapnilaute(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Can some please let me know about other API to create drl file?
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