Also, Java is far stricter on syntax for regular expressions than anything
else I've seen. You can't just test your stuff at a unix prompt or using
grep to see if it works. That's just the first step. I generally use the vi
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Mark Proctor
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2007 7:16 AM
To: Rules Users List
Subject: Re: [rules-users] matches operator
Read up on regular expression, what you just wrote there is not valid.
Ashwini Joshi wrote:
Has anyone used the "matches" operator?
In our application we need to support startWith, endsWith operators for
string variable. I am thinking of using matches operator. But the 'matches'
operator is not working. I am trying the following code
rule "Hello World"
m : Message(message matches "Hello*")
System.out.println( "Hello World");
And the value set in the message is "Hello World". But it is not going into
the then clause.
If anyone has already used matches operator I would like to know how we can
use it for startswith, endsWith. How do we specify the regular expression?
Can we use "*"
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