Friday, 12 January 2018

Rule Engine Integration with AEM

We have been integrating various applications with Adobe experience Manager. Some examples are search, social integration etc.

There are cases where we need to integrate Java based rule engines (For e.g Drools, IBM ODM, JRule etc.). Let us see how we can integrate them.

What is rule engine?
Rule engines are used to provide business based decisions while processing a data. For e.g., when a loan is to be processed based on a lenders salary, and many parameters, we can have a rule engine integrated with AEM.

How can we achieve this?
To achieve this we may need multiple layers as shown.





Business rule layer
As seen in diagram, The rule developer (skill set is prior working knowledge on rule engines) develops the rules, test them and deploy the rules. These rules are created on a rule engine.

The rule developed resides in a rule repository (back-end of the rule engine).

The Business professional (Skill set is business understanding of rules) who creates the rules, will have a UI access of rule engine and based on the rule developers rules, he creates new rules to satisfy a business condition.

Web service layer.
Here the Java is deployed on any server. The Java code will perform activities of invoking the Rule engine and process rules;  this rules will be handed over to AEM through an https layer in xml or json format.

Any questions, let us know through the comment section?

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