that document you will find all the available integration techniques.
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I have my Drools project, and I want to use a Drools JAR in Oracle PL/SQL.
The problem is, that importing JAR to Oracle means for me (as far as I know)
splitting JAR (in Oracle Database) to classes. After importing I have few
thousands of classes in my Oracle Database. I want to avoid this, so I
decided to use Soap Web Service as facade for my Drools and connection
between Drools and PL/SQL.
Now I have two questions:
1.) Can I import Drools JAR's to Oracle without splitting it to thousands
2.) If no - I want to use this JAR as external source. I think, that Web
Service is good interface. Am I right? ;) I used to use JAX-WS to create Web
Services, but maybe Drools has own method of creating Web Service (Drools is
sooooo powerful ;) )
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