Is there a good way to globally prevent infinite loops.
I had rule A and rule B and they both have FactA on the condition.
They also both modify FactA.
I tried no-loop and it prevents a loop of repeating RuleA over and over.
However it then goes from Rule A back to Rule B back to Rule A.
I fixed it by lock-on-active instead of no-loop.
However I was wondering if there was either a timeout feature or a maximum number of times you could set a rule to be executed to error out on infinite loops.
Any guidance would be appreciated.
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I have "rule1" and "rule2", very simple rules. I would like in "rule3" to
check one of the following:
"rule1" AND "rule2" (i.e. if both rule1 and rule2 were fired)
"rule1" OR "rule2" (rule1 or rule2 was fired)
How can I achieve this? Does the "extends" keyword might help here?
I achieved that buy defining a list, to which rule1 and rule2 in the RHS
inserted some value. In rule3 I checked the values of that list. I would
like to ask if there are some prettier solutions.
Thanks in advance.
Any help would be appreciated.
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