Developing Rules Applications with Red Hat JBoss BRMS (JB463)
Module 1: Author basic rules
- Author basic business rules using Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio.
- Rule basics
- Rule components
- Rule processing in JBTravel - a case study
- Authoring rules with JBoss Developer Studio
Module 2: Decision tables
- Describe the purpose and layout of a spreadsheet decision table, and identify how JBoss BRMS loads the decision table at runtime.
- Decision tables in a spreadsheet
- Decision tables at runtime
Module 3: Domain-specific languages
- Describe the purpose of domain-specific languages (DSLs), how to declare them, and how to use them in a rule.
- Domain specific language
- DSL mapping file
- DSL rule implementation
Module 4: Test rules
- Verify that given appropriate facts, a rule will be matched and actioned.
- Test rules with Junit.
Module 5: Author complex rules
- Describe and use rules.
- Advanced conditional elements
- Advanced field constraints
- Additional rule components
- Backward chaining
Module 6: Develop rule applications
- Implement rule management and rule integration into an application and call the rule server at runtime.
- Rule management
- Rule integration
- Rule execution server
Module 7: Control rule execution
- Describe and implement conflict resolution strategies in rule execution.
Module 8: Debug Drools
- Describe the process of debugging Drools applications in Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio.
Module 9: Complex event processing
- Describe and use complex event processing with rules.
Module 10: Performance (subject to time)
- Optimize the processing and performance of rule execution at runtime.