Please allow me to be curious.
Could the same be achieved with a comprehensive suite of automated rules
tests, showing that they work as specified? What would a test suite lack in
comparison to your desired auditing solution?
Am 25.09.2012 00:08 schrieb "dme1" <mehtad(a)hotmail.com>:
I am looking for any tools available with Drools for runtime analysis and
auditing. I am specifically interested in
Runtime Analysis - Which rules are executed, how many time a rule was
called, time it took to execute the rule (min, max, average), etc.
analysis that would help determine how the system is behaving and also help
with identification of performance bottlenecks etc.
Audit - Ability to persist rule execution information to a datastore.
Ability to query the rule execution results at a later time - specially
things like which rules were executed, parameters/data used when the rule
was executed, what was the outcome of the rule execution etc. We need this
information in case there is a Violation identified in an external audit,
need data to identify what checks were done and the outcome of those checks
to ensure regulatory compliance.
I have not seen anything that comes with Drools (or Guvnor) that provides
this information, but am looking for any other tools out there that will
help me collect this data.
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