In order to make writing drl files easy and not requiring writers to be
developers, I have written some JavaAssist code that dynamically creates a
subclass and new methods in memory.
If for example there is a REAL java class called 'com.foo.Instance'. Via
javasssist, I create a new in-memory subclass called 'com.foo.InstanceEx'.
The new class dynamically creates a new getter called getFoo(). The drl
writer would like to directly reference 'foo' in the drl file like so:
i : Instance(foo == 'fee')
The problem is, in order to reference foo, I would need the drl file to do
But I cannot do that because InstanceEx does not exist at runtime. The
error I get, which is an obvious one, is "Unable to create Field Extractor
for 'foo' of '[ClassObjectType class=com.foo.Instance]' in rule
Is there a way to include a dynamic import of a JavaAssist class while I am
constructing the KnowledgeBase instances to run the rules so that I can
reference that new method?
I would hope to have something similar to:
KnowledgeBuilder kbuilder = ....
Any help GREATLY appreciated.
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