I second the motion. If I were starting a new project right now, with production in a
year, it would definitely be on 5. I might even do it if production were in six months.
I can tell you from direct experience that there are rules vendors out there with released
products that have more problems than drools5 has right now. And, given that drools has
an excellent dev team plus a decent community of active users, the probability that any
given bug will be found and fixed is high. I'm not brown nosing here, it's the
--- On Thu, 3/12/09, Ingomar Otter <iotter(a)mac.com> wrote:
From: Ingomar Otter <iotter(a)mac.com>
Subject: Re: [rules-users] Drools 4.0.7 Or 5.0.X ?
To: "Rules Users List" <rules-users(a)lists.jboss.org>
Date: Thursday, March 12, 2009, 9:00 AM
>Our project is going into production after 1 year so
please let me know is it good idea to implement 4.0.7 or
I think it's safe to assume that 5.x will be rock solid
a year from now so I would suggest 5 as migration from 4.0.x
to 5.x is not free.
Am 12.03.2009 um 14:53 schrieb surya_n2007:
> Hi All,
> We want to implement drools as our rule engine ,
planning to use drools
> 4.0.7 since i am thinking drools 5.0 has bugs and
fixes is going on .
> Our application has huge volume of facts performance
> criteria,planning to use RuleFlow and it is standalone
application not using
> BRMS this is one reason to select 4.0.7 . Our project
is going into
> production after 1 year so please let me know is it
good idea to implement
> 4.0.7 or 5.0.X ?
> Thanks & Regards
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