I have built a few simple rules, and I would like to enable access of these
rules as a RESTful service. Smartphones, and non-java clients are going to
call them, pass in some JSON, and then get an answer back in JSON. (Or XML,
that's fine too).
Could someone tell me how to, the general sense (or specific sense if you're
feeling generous), how to start?
I am using Drools 5.5; I saw this thing called a Drools Execution Server
that is a war file in the Drools 5.4 documentation, but in 5.5 has that been
deprecated? I do not see anything in the 5.5 docs about this, so what is
the new way of doing this?
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