Vikram - I am making the assumption that on the RHS of a rule you want
to kick off a rule process.
If this is the case, then in 4.0.x here is now way to do that with the
rule model stuff. In 5, it is possible (as you can put an arbitrary
expression on the RHS and it will render it out).
On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 12:25 AM, Vikram Shitole <vikrams(a)mastek.com> wrote:
I am working on the Drools 4.0.7 release.
I am using the org.drools.brms.client.modeldriven.brl.RuleModel class to create the rules
dynamically and then persisting them using the BRDRLPersistence class.
I am able to do majority of the things but I am stuck at
Invoking a rule flow process from the drl.
We can type the following code in the DRL drools.getWorkingMemory().startProcess(Process
Does anyone have an idea about how this can be done using the RuleModel class
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