If you need to take different actions based on different conditions, it should be done by different rules IMO...


2007/6/11, Ashwini Joshi < ashwini_joshi@persistent.co.in>:




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"


            Message( message == "Hello" ) || Message( status == 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 was 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 generated. We cannot keep them in separate rule because we need to consider and\or conditions between these clauses.




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