Sorry - I accidentally hit send.

Something like:

when
then
   insert(new Integer(0));
end
when
  $i: Integer(value < 100)
  Foo(some condition)
then
  retract($i);
  insert(new Integer($i.intValue() + 1));
  ...
end

On Tue, Dec 9, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Steven Williams <stevearoonie@gmail.com> wrote:
Globals should only be used for data that is constant over the life of the working memory, which is not so in your case.

Maybe you should just use a fact counter. If you don't want to affect your code you could insert it in a separate rule.

when
then



On Tue, Dec 9, 2008 at 9:05 AM, techy <techluver007@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello,
I would like to take 100 sampling facts for rule and persist it in the db
and ignore other data.
How Can I maintain the counter? as global variable? Please clarify with
sample code.
I tried following way and but it does not work as expected.

Ex:
global Integer counter;
rule "get sampling data"
  when fact : Foo(some condition) && eval(counter <= 100)
  then
   counter++
  // do some condition
end
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