We do not have any file change listeners. You, or the workbench, needs to build the jar.
What is automatic is the role of change sets before. You no longer need to compute them,
build the jar, have the client consume the jar (with different ReleaseID) - that’s it.
Drools diffs the current and target jar, and upgrades accordingly.
On 13 Dec 2013, at 05:11, wtang <wtang(a)kana.com> wrote:
you mentioned that I have to:
"build jars and update to the latest jar".
My question is do I have to write code to detect the changes in the rule
first or Drool 6.0 can detect this for me? It seems that nothing is
Again my goal is change a rule and be able to have the rule change take
effect almost immediately. In 5.x, I can use change-set and start the
scanner service to accomplish this goal. But in Drools 6.0, it seems I need
1) write code to detect that a rule has changed
2) write code using the KIE API to build the jar and update to this lastest
Please confirm. Please give link to Drools documentation.
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