Yes, we need to still complete the drools-api, but we want to keep it as
simple as possible. Please send your suggestions and patches, so that we can
better meet your requirements. Creating JIRAs is the best way to make sure
the requirements don't get lost.
2008/9/21 Mohamed Riyaz <riyazenayath(a)gmail.com>
Make sure that Rule Model API of Drools 4 and 5 release support rule flow
generation or not. Having looked at the source, I didn't see such APIs to
fulfill your requirement.
On 9/18/08, Vikram Shitole <vikrams(a)mastek.com> wrote:
> I am working on the Drools 4.0.7 release.
> I am using the org.drools.brms.client.modeldriven.brl.RuleModel class to
> create the rules dynamically and then persisting them using the
> BRDRLPersistence class.
> I am able to do majority of the things but I am stuck at
> Invoking a rule flow process from the drl.
> We can type the following code in the DRL
> drools.getWorkingMemory().startProcess(Process ID)
> Does anyone have an idea about how this can be done using the RuleModel
> Thanks & Regards
> Vikram Shitole
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