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Drools.NET active?

Sean Su
Does anyone know if Drools.NET is something Drools team in JBoss works on? Or it is maintained by other team which just named the product Drools.NET.

The website and document seem to me that the project is not active. Does anyone know?

Thanks

Sean

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Re: Drools.NET active?

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No one at JBoss works on Drools.NET, as far as I know.

It looks indeed like the project is inactive and it's been forked from
the java Drools long ago.
If you need to connect to Drools from .NET, you might better off looking
at the camel integration... or switch to java :)

Op 25-02-11 15:01, Sean Su schreef:

> Does anyone know if Drools.NET is something Drools team in JBoss works
> on? Or it is maintained by other team which just named the product
> Drools.NET.
>
> The website and document seem to me that the project is not active.
> Does anyone know?
>
> Thanks
>
> Sean
>
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> of the Force are they." -Yoda
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Re: Drools.NET active?

FrankVhh
Hi,

Drools .NET indeed isn't active any more and using it isn't encouraged.

However there are some alternatives to use Drools and .NET together.

Either use IKVM, which is some sort of conversion tool. On this forum, a person called Corneil has tried it with success.

Or use jni4net, which is a bridge between Java and .NET, developed by Pavel Savara. A sample project of drools is available on via his website.

http://zamboch.blogspot.com/

I have used both methods and succeeded twice in generating results. Given the choicce, I think a jnibridge is preferable over IKVM. Imo, it allows for a bit more flexibility and it seems to perform a bit faster as well.

Caution, these info is based on limited testing :-)

Good luck.

Regards,
Frank

ge0ffrey wrote
No one at JBoss works on Drools.NET, as far as I know.

It looks indeed like the project is inactive and it's been forked from
the java Drools long ago.
If you need to connect to Drools from .NET, you might better off looking
at the camel integration... or switch to java :)

Op 25-02-11 15:01, Sean Su schreef:
> Does anyone know if Drools.NET is something Drools team in JBoss works
> on? Or it is maintained by other team which just named the product
> Drools.NET.
>
> The website and document seem to me that the project is not active.
> Does anyone know?
>
> Thanks
>
> Sean
>
> --
> "But beware of the Dark Side. Anger, fear, aggression - the Dark Side
> of the Force are they." -Yoda
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> rules-users mailing list
> rules-users@lists.jboss.org
> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/rules-users

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Re: Drools.NET active?

Sean Su
Thanks both of you.

We found the Microsoft workflow rule engine is the good candidate within the .NET framework.

Thanks

Sean

On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 5:56 AM, FrankVhh <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

Drools .NET indeed isn't active any more and using it isn't encouraged.

However there are some alternatives to use Drools and .NET together.

Either use IKVM, which is some sort of conversion tool. On this forum, a
person called Corneil has tried it with success.

Or use jni4net, which is a bridge between Java and .NET, developed by Pavel
Savara. A sample project of drools is available on via his website.

http://zamboch.blogspot.com/

I have used both methods and succeeded twice in generating results. Given
the choicce, I think a jnibridge is preferable over IKVM. Imo, it allows for
a bit more flexibility and it seems to perform a bit faster as well.

Caution, these info is based on limited testing :-)

Good luck.

Regards,
Frank


ge0ffrey wrote:
>
> No one at JBoss works on Drools.NET, as far as I know.
>
> It looks indeed like the project is inactive and it's been forked from
> the java Drools long ago.
> If you need to connect to Drools from .NET, you might better off looking
> at the camel integration... or switch to java :)
>
> Op 25-02-11 15:01, Sean Su schreef:
>> Does anyone know if Drools.NET is something Drools team in JBoss works
>> on? Or it is maintained by other team which just named the product
>> Drools.NET.
>>
>> The website and document seem to me that the project is not active.
>> Does anyone know?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Sean
>>
>> --
>> "But beware of the Dark Side. Anger, fear, aggression - the Dark Side
>> of the Force are they." -Yoda
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> rules-users mailing list
>> [hidden email]
>> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/rules-users
>
> --
> With kind regards,
> Geoffrey De Smet
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> rules-users mailing list
> [hidden email]
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>
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Geoffrey, That is a interesting suggestion, so we are looking at Integrating Drools and .NET using Camel through webservices???