J Michael Dean wrote:
I am trying to utilize Drools in an RCP, and have been getting errors
relating to not finding the jdt core. I have attempted to use the
snapshot but with no difference. So to work around this, am planning
to build my rules into a package outside my RCP, and then I won't need
the drools compiler which I assume is dependent on the jdt.
In the examples, however, I cannot find (I have looked) an example
that does not compile the drl on the fly. I can try to use BRMS
eventually, but I want an application that can check to see if it has
a connection to a BRMS repository, and if not, will revert to using a
local rules file.
I have two questions - one is whether I am on the right track, or if I
simply have to wait until Drools is fully usable with 3.3. Two is
whether someone can direct me to an example that will point the way.
confirmed yet but I think there may be a bug in the
dependencies stuff. While you can select different dialects it seems
that whether you selected jdt or janino it must have one or the other in
the classpath - which of course is not correct, if you are using the
MVEL dialect for everything. If you find this to be the case. Someone
has already opened a jar for this, so watch this jar for when it will be
fixed and for which versions.
Thanks in advance.
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