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Rule engine which stores rules in database and access them in java program

 
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Hi,

I am in search of a rule engine api which stores rules in database and allows accessing them in java program. I found drools, ilog jrules etc. but all of them store in drl text based file or in excel. They are able to connect to database and perform operations on facts.

If you are aware of a rule engine which stores rules in database like oracle and is easliy configurable, please let me know.

Am sorry if I have posted this at a wrong forum.

Thanks.
 
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