Look at it this way: if you load your gun only when you want to fire it,
you'll be way too slow and likely to be shot dead before you can
pull the trigger. ;-)
This comparison is not entirely wanton. It's much more efficient for
a Rete network to deal with all rules simultaneously than to maintain
a set of rules where the safety catch is off. And it'd sure cause a hiatus
whenever a sizeable set of rules obtains the focus and everything
would have to be reevaluated...
On 26/01/2013, Zhao Yi <zhaoyi0113(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Your proposal will definitely solve my issue. But from drools point of
only the rule who got focus is allowed to be fired. Why does drools runtime
check non-focus rule condition? I think this is useless check right?
In addition, what do you mean by "the agenda-group is faster than the
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