Anybody here has tried a non ejb rule sevice ie without using the NdStatelessEjbServerAppBean .
Using EJB has some disadvantages when you have 10+ rule projects and you would want a single class handling the invocation .
This is even better when you do not have an rules which has any transactional nature.
Here the EJB becomes an overhead.
On the other hand we could use dependency injection and try to acheive this.
I tried using the NdStatelessServer and tried dynamically assigning the server config (NdServerConfig) to it when an instance is created and tried invoking the rules through a web application
The only result i get is that the application hangs .
Is there an example some where so that i can have a look at the code for non EJD deployment in a web application.