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JESS ®, the Rule Engine for the JavaTM Platform

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The following items have been sent in by Jess users. For each item, the table below contains a brief description and a contact address. Please direct questions about this material to those contacts and not to me.

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Examples

swing.clp A Swing version of the frame.clp example collinsj@kodak.com
Jess Tag Library sample app Shows how to use the Jess Tag Library

Libraries

FuzzyJ Toolkit Bob Orchard's fuzzy logic toolkit for Jess and Java, with docs jess-users@sandia.gov
Fact Storage Provider Framework Provides persistent fact storage/retrieval, including automatic deftemplate generation, using JDBC-accessible databases, and introduces "transactionalUserfunctions" plus some other useful stuff ... Thomas@Barnekow.info
JavaMail functions Send mail from Jess using the JavaMail API Thomas@Barnekow.info
Jess Tag Library Easily use Jess from Java Server Pages wih these customized tags.

Tools

Emacs jess-mode Colorize Jess code, run a Jess process, and more youngde@users.sourceforge.net
JessWin GUI interface A graphical integrated development environment for Jess physicsguyaz@comcast.net
Ant build file An Ant build file for Jess 6 david@digitalsesame.com
JessTab Protégé-2000 integration Helps you use Jess with the Protégé-2000 knowledge base editor her@ida.liu.se
TextPad syntax file A Jess syntax definition file for the editor TextPad. This allows for coloration of keywords, operators, etc. rexsalius@yahoo.com
Jess mode for JEdit Lets you edit Jess code in JEdit rjudson@managedobjects.com
Jess mode for EditPlus Lets you edit Jess code in EditPlus thomasww@yahoo.com
Pretty-mode for Emacs An Emacs minor mode that renders some tokens as special characters. For example, it renders <- and => as unicode arrows &#8592; and &#8658;, and uses standard logic symbols for "not", "or", and "and". grettke@acm.org