Yes, as discussed, you need to add import statements for the types you want the BRMS to be aware of - if you like, create a feature request jira for auto importing. I deliberately didn't do it cause I thought it would cause more confusion, but perhaps I was wrong.

Also, the video on the blog: I made shows this.


On 5/24/07, Marcos Tengelmann <> wrote:
We are trying the new module that came on new Drools, and it is an amazing work on such time frame. Congratulations
Well, during our tests, we uploaded a Jar to the tool, and one problem we have identified is that NOT all classes of the model are available as FACTS.
My question here is: Is there any kind of contraints in order to BRMS to find all classes? Is there any restriction? What are the basic thing my class must have in order to appear in the GUI of the BRMS as an available fact?
The other question is: How could us contribute (If any interest on this, of course) , with the module? In particular we are looking for internationalization stuff. It is very important for us, and I think might be interesting for others users.

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