For more low level stuff we expose all our events in the "event model"
you can get started by simply adding a DebugAgendaEventListener.
Kris Verlaenen wrote:
The working memory provides methods for adding different types of
The AgendaEventListener can be used to write out additional
information about which rules have fired.
The Eclipse IDE also provides an audit view which can be used to
visualize a tree of events that occured during execution.
Check the IDE documentation to see how to use the audit view.
----- Original Message ----- From: "kingston"
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2007 2:46 PM
Subject: [rules-users] How do know which rule has fired
> Is there any API Method that would give me the names of the rules
> that has
> fired or that has not fired.?
> Do i need to use Sysouts or use some dummy objects to know which
> rules have
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