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Often in your work you can come across issues related to business logic. Let us assume that you have dozens of rules (for the time being in our project we have more than 50 and I used to work on a project where we had hundreds of those rules) that you have to implement, divide into some classes, subclasses, abstractions and of course unit test. This can be difficult and timeconsuming to both write and support. There are many ways of dealing with this problem and I will show you one of them - JBoss Drools.

Posted by mitchp  |   Jan 21 2013 / 08:24

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