Yeah, I've gotten about 40 old messages today. Also I replied to a message today and
haven't seen it sent back to me yet.
Well, why am I even replying to this, then. :) If nobody sees this message until
November, I hope you all went to ORF2009. :D
--- On Fri, 5/1/09, Ingomar Otter <iotter(a)mac.com> wrote:
From: Ingomar Otter <iotter(a)mac.com>
Subject: [rules-users] Rules-users list delays/duplicates
To: "Rules Users List" <rules-users(a)lists.jboss.org>
Date: Friday, May 1, 2009, 12:02 PM
It seems that the rules-users list is experiencing either
massive delays or duplicate delivery.
See message below which reached me today.
Should you experience the same effect, I have indicated
this to "rules-users-owner" so it is known
> Von: David Boaz <davidb(a)dbmotion.com>
> Datum: 17. August 2008 17:22:00 MESZ
> An: rules-users(a)lists.jboss.org
> Betreff: [rules-users] CEP functionality
> Antwort an: Rules Users List
> Dear all,
> We posted this question two weeks ago, but with no
replies. please forgive
> me for posting it again.
> In our business, most of the facts have time-stamp
attributes. For example,
> each laboratory test (a fact) has the time stamp when
the sample was taken,
> and when the machine produced the result value. In our
> often analyze the relation between facts using these
> For example:
> 1) finding two adjacent labResults with an increasing
> 2) checking whether 3 facts are consecutive
> 3) counting the number of facts fulfilling a specific
constraint within a
> specific time window.
> We were happy to read (in the blog) about the new CEP
feature which is about
> to be added to drools 5.0.
> * Where can we find a more detailed description of CEP
> * Is it a good idea to use CEP for analyzing historic
data (retrieved from
> the database)? or is it best for online data.
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