Tag Archives: service

Back To Basics #4: Exposing our Rules via REST (JAX-RS) using Wildfly Swarm

It is a common requirement nowadays to access to our Rule Engine Instances as REST services. On this blog post I will show an extremely simple example on how you can expose your domain specific interfaces that you can use to encapsulate KieSessions. This post builds up on my previous three posts: first, second, third.

We will be using Wildfly Swarm to create a Fat-Jar that we will be able to run without the need of installing a full blown Java EE application Server. This approach is very good when you need full control about the REST interfaces that you want to expose to  your client applications. For a more general use and for an already built in approach you can take a look a the new KIE Server, something that I will cover in future posts as well.

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Emergency Services V3: Proposed features

This blog post is to share with the community the roadmap of the emergency service application for the third iteration.
This application was designed to show how to architect an application using Drools and jBPM5. The application demonstrate several features of each project module and we are trying to add and complete the application with more and more features through different iterations.

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Emergency Services V2: jBPM5 and Drools Blueprint

I’m proud to release the second version of the Emergency Services jBPM5 and Drools demo application. We (@ilesteban and I @salaboy) spend a fair amount of time creating the second version that helps us to show some best practices about how to build applications on top of the Drools & jBPM5 platform. We are advertising this application as a jBPM5 and Drools blueprint that shows one of the possible architectures that can be used to build robust applications mixing Business Processes, Business Rules and Complex Event Processing. I’m also happy to announce that a new dev has join us (@calcacuervo) in this effort to share best practices and an end to end application that shows. We are waiting for your feedback and contributions, feel free to join us there are tons of things to do!

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