We use Jython.
- Supports Python 2.7 most common python libs can be imported, ex: math, time, etc.
- Java libs can also be imported: details here
Useful links:»Python 2.7.18 documentation»Jython»Jython FAQs
Decision Model and Notation (DMN) is a standard for Business Decision Management.
camunda-engine-dmn supports DMN 1.3, including Decision Tables, Decision Literal Expressions, Decision Requirements Graphs, and the Friendly Enough Expression Language (FEEL)
Useful links:»Decision Model and Notation (DMN)»DMN 1.3 specs
More information:»Intro to DMN»DMN Business Rule Action
MVEL is a powerful expression language for Java-based applications. It provides a plethora of features and is suited for everything from the smallest property binding and extraction, to full-blown scripts.
- FLOWX uses mvel2 - 2.4.10 version
Useful links:»Mvel documentation»Maven repository: Mvel 2.4.0 final
More information:»Intro to MVEL
Groovy is a multi-faceted language for the Java platform. The language can be used to combine Java modules, extend existing Java applications and write new applications
We use and recommend Groovy 3.0.8 version, using groovy-jsr223 engine.
Groovy has multiple ways of integrating with Java, some of which provide richer options than available with JSR-223 (e.g. greater configurability and more security control). JSR-223 is recommended when you need to keep the choice of language used flexible and you don't require integration mechanisms not supported by JSR-223.
JSR-223 (spec) is a standard scripting API for Java Virtual Machine (JVM) languages . The JVM languages provide varying levels of support for the JSR-223 API and interoperability with the Java runtime.
Useful links:»Groovy Language Documentation»[Java] Class GroovyScriptEngineImpl
Nashorn engine is an open source implementation of the ECMAScript Edition 5.1 Language Specification. It also implements many new features introduced in ECMAScript 6 including template strings;
const, and block scope; iterators and
WeakSet data types; symbols; and binary and octal literals. It is written in Java and runs on the Java Virtual Machine.