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  • Case study: A new approach to integrating architectures post-merger at Lawson

    by Barry Livingston on  May 21, 2007

    The merger of Lawson and Intentia in 2006 left developers with an important problem to solve - the integration and presentation of legacy applications and business services that are constructed in Java, .NET, and other technologies. This case study looks under the hood at the new architecture at Lawson and how they got there.

  • Implementation of business rules and business processes in SOA

    by Boris Lublinsky and Didier Le Tien on  Mar 12, 2007 5

    Boris Lublinsky and Didier Le Tien discuss how business process engines and business rule engines differ, where their respective strengths are and when to use what in an SOA context. They discuss commonalities and differences between business rules and business processes and present some guidelines on positioning business rules in SOA implementation and appropriate usage of each technology.

  • Agile Business Rules

    by James Taylor on  Sep 04, 2006

    James Taylor looks at the challenge that arises when the new requirements are not really requirements at all, but new or changed business rules. Aren't business rules the same as requirements? Taylor says: no, not really; and looks at how to make an agile development processes work just as well for business rules as they do for other kinds of requirements.

Real-World Rule Engines

Posted by Geoffrey Wiseman on  Jun 19, 2006

Geoffrey Wiseman explains rules engines and shares practical experiences applying them with Drools in financial services. 13

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