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gui rule editor in drools workbench

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I have created a java project in eclipse which automatically picks up
all the .drl files from an external directory and executes all the
rules in that directory .So this enables the execution of dynamic
addition of new rules at anytime.
Now, instead of creating a new drool file and add it into that
directory, i want to use the guided rule editor to help non technical
users to add new rules into that directory.
I have started on with drools-workbench, but still i have no idea how
to integrate this eclipse project with the guided rule editor feature
available in drools-wb.

Is there any way in which i can export this project into the drools
workbench. If that is possible, then how can i deploy this directory
which contains all the .drl files into drools-wb and how these .drl
files can be used in the guided rule editor.

Any help?

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