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Revision as of 23:25, 2 November 2011

Application

Apart from the standard Application Types that officially ship with Stardust a number of additional Application Type implementions are also availale. You can write and add your own ones to the platform as well.

The standard ones are:

Other implementations are available as downloadable plug-ins or as examples:

  • Visual Rules
  • SQL/JDBC
  • Spring Batch (planned, looking for contributors ;-)

Click on the Application Type of interest above for additional information and examples illustrating their usage.

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