Did you try to run the code with 5.6.0-SNAPSHOT? It's now available from
RHT maven repositories..
the official release is still waiting for the fix of a few more bugs,
but the tuple index one should have
already been fixed. If not, it would be critical to include it in the
On 09/18/2013 09:16 AM, Jonathan Knehr wrote:
When is 5.6 going to be officially released?
There are many critically buggy things going on in 5.5 where the entire RightTupleIndex
is getting very corrupted. I still haven't been able to produce a standalone unit
test, but the issue always involves rules with "exists" and "not" in
combination with complex retractions. Never does it happen with a few events, but when you
run the scenarios over and over again millions of times, eventually the index becomes so
corrupt that almost every single activation throws NPEs in MVEL, in the generated byte
code, and in the rete data structures themselves to the point where all rule firing stops
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