You could probably build a snapshot mechanism yourself. But I'd imagine it would get
tricky if you have drools declared objects, and/or equality assert behavior, or you rely
on the internal clock/time for any of your rules.
You would have to listen on the insert and retract callbacks, and maintain state separate
from the drools session. Then have a background thread that wakes up and writes the
snapshot. Reproducing the drools defined objects will be tricky, so you'll have to
find a way to marshall these in and out. And you'll also have to keep track of the
entry points the facts belong to so you know where to put them upon recovery.
Then when you start up, programmatically disable all the rules from firing, then insert
the snapshot facts into their respective working memories, and then enable the rules. Or
something like that :)
On Oct 7, 2013, at 7:13 AM, sirinath <sirinath1978m(a)gmail.com>
Regardless of single threaded or multi threaded it will be good if the engine has
journaling and state persistence
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> If your rules are deterministic (single threaded), this is easily accomplished by
replaying the events into your session in the same order (so journal each event before
> Although this is not a snapshot, it does allow you to rebuild state.
> > On Oct 7, 2013, at 5:56 AM, sirinath <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Is it possible to have the ability to journal fact / rule / event
> > submissions to the engine with the ability to save a snapshot.
> > In case a error occurs you rollback to a previous point and play the events
> > send to the engine.
> > Also any error is easily reproducible.
> > Suminda
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