some people write about wrapping the Drools API with an own access API
for integration in the application.
Sorry for the perhaps stupid question, but what is the reason for
this? Does this only make sense if I'm thinking about changing the
rule engine one day?
yes they do this for rule engine independance.
If I'm not intending to change the rule engine from Drools to
so isn't it the same if the developpers has to use the native Drools
API or an self-written access API?
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