The "Expert" manual says:
()); is similar to
insert, but the object will be automatically retracted when there are no
more facts to support the truth of the currently firing rule.
In other words, as soon as the condition of that rule is not true any more, the Engine retracts the logically inserted fact. This is commonly referred to as "truth mainenance".
Sorry for asking very simple question but didn't found the answer in the
Would like to know the core importance of insertLogical in Drools. What is
the purpose of using insertLogical and how it is different from update() and
insert() statements in Drools?
Thanks in advance,
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