I have also sent this problem before. But did not get any reply. It is urgent. Does anyone know about this?



Suppose I have a rule as


rule "Rule1"


        &= nbsp;   Message( message =3D=3D "Hello" ) || Message( status =3D=3D 0 )


                  System.out.println("then executed");




Is there a way to find out which condition is satisfied? I.e. whether message was equal to “Hello” or status w= as 0.

We are generating alerts using rules engine, and= in the alert we need to specify that which clause generated the alert.

We are having multiple clauses in a single rule.= So what is the correct way to find the clause because of which alert is generat= ed. We cannot keep them in separate rule because we need to consider and\or conditions between these clauses.




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