Ha! I just won the bet against myself that this would be your next thread ,-)

There is a hint in the hodge-podge document describing all that is and was new in release x.y.z, but this one is kinda lost on users who don't know where and how these properties should be fed to the system in the first place.

There ought to be an API way of saying strict or not strict, and it should be documentented somewhere.


On 21 March 2012 19:45, barnesjd <barnesjd+nabble@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm trying to disable strictTyping for my MVEL rules, but I cannot figure out
how.   http://mvel.codehaus.org/MVEL+2.0+Typing The only example I've found
shows the use of the class ParserContext.  I'm using KnowledgeBuilder,
KnowledgeBase, StatefulKnowledgeSession, etc. to run my rules.  I don't see
any methods where I can disable strictTyping or get the ParserContext, so
I'm out of ideas.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?


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