What is FlexeRules?
Flexerules is a robust, scalable Rules Engine written as a pure java application. Flexerules can be used in a wide variety of situations such as Business Process Management (BPM), cater to changing business requirements, etc.
Flexerules is built using the extremely fast Rete algorithm. Also using advanced optimization techniques, Flexerules has matured into an extremely fast rules engine implementation. Flexerules can also be embedded as an EJB within a J2EE application, and would be an ideal solution for ISVs.
- Implements the Rete Algorithm.
- Is a pure Java application.
- Supports XML based rules sets.
- GUI for visually creating Business Rules (part of enterprise edition).
- Ability to persist Business Rules definitions to a RDBMS database (part of enterprise edition).
- Ability to deploy Flexerules as an EJB (part of enterprise edition). This way, Flexerules can support transactions using JTS, and support other value-added features of J2EE (part of enterprise edition).
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