madura

You can now run the Madura Perspectives Manager demo online from OpenShift. The details of just what Madura Perspectives Manager is can be found here. Once you’ve logged in (admin, […]

This announces the latest version of Madura Rules, part of my Madura toolkit. Madura Rules is a rules engine that plays nicely with Java objects, the rules refer to fields […]

Imagine you have a bunch of web applications you want to make available to your users. You want them all to share the same login and permissions. Actually you’d quite […]

I have been mostly working on Madura Rules lately but I took a little time out to update Madura Bundles and the schema builder. madura-bundle-3.0 The change of major version […]

I’ve been working on, and posting on, other topics but I did say I would mention I18n issues and how Madura Rules handles them. In fact the heavy lifting is […]

Say you have an existing database. You access it with JDBC and you maintain it with SQL scripts. Life is hard because you have to coordinate changes to the SQL […]

This one is about how to add external functions to Madura rules. First, let’s look at a rule with a built in function: formula: Customer “sum” { totalAmount = sum(invoices.amount); […]

This has been a while coming. Part 1 covered the types of rules available and part 2 was about how to configure Madura Rules using Spring. In this entry I […]