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Hi,

I am reading the JRule tutorial which is a Rule Engine for Java Applications. Is there any forum where I can post my queries, which I may get as I progress in my learning.


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Nikhil
 
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What is JRule. I have never heard of it.
 
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You know, it's funny, but I've never seen an ILOG JRules question here at the Ranch. I suspect it's actually because their sales model is like Oracle's -- they want to sell you not only a product, but also (mostly?) consultants who implement it for you.

Anyway, we do get a steady trickle of questions about Jess (a competing rule engine) in the JavaRanch "Other Java Products and Servers" forum, and those tend to get answered quickly. I'll move this over there for you, and we'll see how you make out.
 
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Hi

What is JRule. I have never heard of it.



JRules Site

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Nikhil
 
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