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  • Taschenbuch: 338 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (24. Mai 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1782161260
  • ISBN-13: 978-1782161264
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 2 x 23,5 cm
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Michal Bali

Michal Bali, freelance software developer, has more than 8 years of experience working with Drools and has an extensive knowledge of Java, JEE. He designed and implemented several systems for a major dental insurance company. He is an active member of the Drools community and can be contacted at michalbali@gmail.com.


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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von A. Wolf am 22. November 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
Mir wurde dieses Buch zur Verfügung gestellt, um es zu bewerten. Ich halte es für eine nützliche Einstiegslektüre, welche sich gut in die Reihe der Packt Bücher einfügt - wer sich in in Drools einarbeiten möchte, dem empfehle ich das Buch zusammen mit dem Drools Developer's Cookbook (PACKT) zu kaufen.

Was mir besonders gut am Buch gefallen hat:
- eine gute Einführung nicht nur in Drools im speziellen sondern in Rule Engines allgemein.
- Informationen zur Installation und ersten Programmierschritten
- Sehr ausführliche Beispiele und Szenarien, an denen die verschiedenen Modi und Pakete von Drools erläutert werden.
- Starker Fokus auf Test-Driven-Development: Fast alle Regeln und Code Beispiele werden mit einem Test eingeleitet.
- Immer wieder gute Tipps und Hinweise zum Thema Clean Code
- Complex Event Processing in Kapitel 7 ist eine hervorragende Erklärung der Materie
- Ein vollständiges Beispiel einer Drools basierten Webanwendung in Kapitel 9 kann sehr gut als Startpunkt für eine eigene Anwendung genutzt werden.

Was mir weniger gut gefallen hat:
- Die Beispiele sind teilweise so ausführlich, dass das Buch nur sehr bedingt als Nachschlagewerk hilfreich ist.
- Die Kapitel bauen in ihren Beispielen teils aufeinander auf. Das Buch ist eher geeignet um es von vorne bis hinten durch zu lesen.
- Teilweise ist der testbasierte Ansatz übertrieben ausgeprägt.

Im Vergleich zur vorherigen Ausgabe wurden scheinbar einige Codebeispiele korrigiert bzw. auf den neusten Stand gebracht. Drools wird ständig überarbeitet auch bezüglich der Schnittstellen, und es steht jetzt bereits die nächste Version (6.0) an, welche aber noch nicht als Finale Version zur Verfügung steht.
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A Great Book To Learn Quickly About Drools 27. Januar 2014
Von Kushal Paudyal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I had an opportunity to take a look at this book in a different way - I was a Java and Drools developer for years already and wanted to see what I was missing. When I found this book, like all other books, I just turned over the pages quickly to find out what was in it or is it even worth spending your time in. I was surprised to see the amount of real world coding examples this book contained - something most developers would be happy to just copy and run as a part of their quick learning. It had a nicely structured chapters, clean format, explanations as needed, charts and diagrams to make your learning easy.As I started cruising through the chapters, I saw many alternate styles that I could have used while writing the rules.

I must tell you The content in this book is huge - it has over 300 pages - but the reading flows very well. You could be reading 3,4,5 chapters in one seating and feel that pride of having learnt something. Apparently the author has done a great job in presenting the book in a style that would definitely lower the learning curve. I bet the new developers or the developers who have had used this Drools with JBoss in the past would equally find this book worth looking at.

There are 12 chapters in this book. Most developers would be able to learn in a short amount of time what Drools is, how to write the basic rules, how business rules are validated, ho you can do a transformation of complex data using Drools. There is even a chapter that focuses on making the rules Human Readable. I was surprised with this chapter, because most of the coding book don't normally talk about coding in a way business people can understand if they had opportunity to look at.

Definitely a thumbs up from me !
2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
up-to-date drools book with good examples 23. Oktober 2013
Von Jesse Driver - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I've just begun using this book and am glad to say that the examples from the book compile and work correctly. The first example is not part of the downloadable examples. So I created a new project in eclipse and using the book was able to run it in my local eclipse with a little effort. I used the downloadable projects to help me set up my maven pom files.

I plan to continue with the examples and am looking forward to becoming familiar with more of the code provided in the examples to enhance my JBoss Rules development skills.
I have worked with JBoss Drools before, so the early parts of Chapter 1 were somewhat redundant for me but I thought they covered the required topics for the beginner very well.

In chapter 3 I was glad I had loaded the chapter examples into eclipse. I ran the tests using JUnit and found reading the book and referring to the eclipse project to be a very effective way of covering the material

After studying the book for about a week and getting everything loaded into the latest version of Spring Tool Suite, I began to try to run the sample application described in chapter 9. This is a very ambitious sample involving CEP, Stateful Sessions, JPA, H2 data source and Spring MVC. I was very excited when I discovered how advanced this sample would be and began to try to deploy on my local tomcat 7 server. Unfortunately the example did not work and not even the welcome page would render. I have other code running on the same tomcat server that also utilizes Spring MVC with same versions and works fine. Luckily the book provides a pointer for where to log issues in the samples. I noted that another reviewer had the same issue on Mac, but I hit this on a windows machine. As noted this is a very ambitious sample so I am still hopeful to find the reason for the failure and I can still recommend this book.

Moving on to the JUnit testing in chapter 10 now.
but could be a lot better. Starts off explaining some basics of how to ... 7. Juli 2014
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is worth buying for lack of other resources, but could be a lot better. Starts off explaining some basics of how to get started with drools, but then rather then progress on how to solve hard and harder problems, it jumps to a reference book and just dumps all the rule conditions. It then seems to jump into some advanced topics such as how to migrate existing data or build dsls. As a reader I would have appreciated much more about common best practices, how to keep rules as simple and understandable as possible, how to abstract common logic in an environment with functions but no unification, etc.
A good survey of Drools functionality 25. Januar 2014
Von Richard J. Wagner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Over 300 pages of material, ranging from introductory to advanced. The book covers Drools usage of basic rules engine use, BPM/workflow and CEP. Best of all, the author has a feel for the challenges faced by an enterprise developer as they work to integrate their rule engine artifacts into an enterprise framework.

If you are a Drools user (or want to be), it's worth having a look at this book.
Very valuable resource not only for the Drools project but for business rules topic in general 20. November 2013
Von Alaa A. Abed - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I had the privilege to review this book draft and in my opinion it is a very valuable resource not only for the Drools project but for business rules topic in general.

I will try to go through the chapters and what are my thoughts on them in the following list:

Chapters 1 and 2: Introduction
Introduce the topic of business rules in general and specifics on how to install and setup the environment for Drools library and development tools. Information needed for subsequent chapters.

Chapter 3 and 4: Use cases for drools.
Very elaborate and useful use cases. Unlike some other books that present an over simplistic use case with half baked code, the use cases in this book represent real world usage for rules engine.

Chapter 5: DSL
The rules engine most powerful features. Which is enabling business users to define, document, and maintain the rules instead of bury them inside the application code.

Chapters 6 and 7: CEP
Excellent coverage for the CEP topic and how it is implemented in Drools Fusion. One of the few places that I read explains CEP and EDA.

Chapter 8: jBPM
Introduction on how to incorporate process flow in the business rules engine. I find it a good introduction to the topic. if you seek more advanced used case you may want to read a dedicated book on jBPM. I found the other book from Packt publishing by "Mauricio Salatino" is a very valuable read.

Chapter 9: Fleshing out a complete application.
Based on the use case presented on chapter 3 and other techniques presented in subsequent chapters, the author is putting things together to develop a complete solution from persistence to front end web UI. Very admirable effort.

Chapter 10: Testing and Guvner
The author introduced Guvner in the context of writing unit tests for drools rules. I think Guvner is touched very lightly in this book and at least one more chapter should have written on this excellent project.

All in all, I think this is an excellent book with a lot of examples that represent real world challenged. I highly recommend it.
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