In 3.0.6 you can use Java zero-argument functions in LHS Return Value
predicates and operators (see the documentation). You can use any Java
in LHS eval statements (see the documentation). You can use any Java in
In 4.0.x this has been extended slightly to allow access to maps by
named element, but I think it internally generates evals from your DRL.
See the various links about what's new in v4.0.x for more (accurate)
With kind regards,
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Joj
Sent: 31 May 2007 16:17
Subject: [rules-users] Java methods in LHS ?
1) Can v use Java methods within the passed Java objects to do some
evaluations or calculations in LHS? Plz show an example.
2) Can v use it in RHS? (Example)
3) Can v call static Java methods written inside a Java class from RHS?
Plz reply A.F.A.P.
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