I fixed same kind of bug using below solution.
add <transaction:no-transaction/> tag, components.xml file, you can find
this file in war/ web-inf folder.
complete xml file should be like below
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<transaction:no-transaction/> <!-- to fix transaction context flush bug
*** This is for configuring the "home" directory for the repo
storage. the directory must exist. ***
Optional: this is for creating a configurator for a seperate
<!-- SECURITY CONFIGURATION -->
<!-- default (will take any username, useful if you want to keep track
of users but not authenticate -->
<!-- NO authentication. This will bypass the login screen when you hit
the app. Everyone is "guest" -->
<!-- as JAAS is used you can use container specific ones to link up to
your login services, eg LDAP -->
On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 8:15 PM, Paul Browne <paulb(a)firstpartners.net>
For various reasons I'm trying out the Guided Editor for Business Rules in
the Guvnor Version 5 (Snapshot of 26 June from Hudson, deployed on JBoss App
I've created the Package / Category and uploaded a simple fact model (as
works in BRMS version 4). I create a new business rule using the guided
editor and the screen shows successfully with both 'When' and 'Then'
parts.Assume the next question is due to me missing something, but wanted to
When I press the green '+' to the right of the screen I am shown the
message / dialog layer saying '
*Add a condition to the rule... *or* Add an action to the rule.
*Problem is that there doesn't appear to be a way of adding a condition or
action. The only thing I'm seeing in the logs is
* (Contexts.java:flushAndDestroyContexts:335) could not discover
*Am I missing something or should I come back to Guvnor later in the
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