Thanks for reporting this. The public API does not currently allows
users to set the ID of the KieBase unfortunately. I will fix this for
6.1. With 6.0, it is only possible to do it using the internal APIs.
On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 4:37 PM, cjohns13
How can I create new container / knowledgebases so that the names as
JMX are not random UUID() strings?
Something like this currently:
KieContainer container =
When you enable mbeans via Kie.mbeans.enabled=true
Yields, in JMX:
but, would rather have it be
How can I create the container/kbase/session so it gets a good name, as it
stands now? I can see in KnowledgeBaseFactoryServiceImpl.java that there is
a way to set this kbaseId, but can't figure out a way to actually set this
at the high level.
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