The Journey Begins
With the release of BPMS/BRMS 6.3 back in May, I think it is time for me to embark on a journey to explore its new features. What better to do than migrate an existing business rules application which I deployed on the Realtime Decision Server in BPMS 6.1 to 6.3’s new Intelligent Process Server. A piece of cake, so I thought… Continue reading BPMS/BRMS 6.3: An Intelligent Process Server Odyssey
One of my hobbies is building robots. After programming several robots, I say to myself: there’s got to be a better way of doing this. You program the behaviour of a robot using a micro-controller. Every time you want to make a change, you have to re-flash the on-board non-volatile flash memory. If you compare this practice with enterprise applications, it is similar to that of many older enterprise applications which embed business logic in code. The solution is to move the embedded business logic (in our case, the robot behaviours programmed on micro-controller) out to be managed and executed by a business rules engine. This is exactly what I did. And I call my robot CepBot. Continue reading Robot Programming using JBoss BRMS
This article assumes some basic knowledge of the JBoss BPM Suite including using Business Central.
JBoss BPM Suite (BPMS) and JBoss Business Rule Management System (BRMS) 6.1 introduced a new component called the Real-time Decision Server (RTDS). Rule projects built using BPMS can be deployed directly onto the Real-time Decision Server via Business Central. Applications can instantiate and execute rules on the RTDS using either a REST or JMS interface.
In this article, I am going to show you how you can build a rule-based application without writing even a single line of Java code. The application aims to rate locations for placement of mobile speed cameras. It is an example application I made up and is not being used by any Police Departments. My simplified speed camera placement rating criteria are based on: Continue reading Building a JBoss BPMS Rules Application without Writing Code