Im sorry, I never try to say the work u did is useless. I think
the work is great and I thank u guys for doing this.
The problem I have is that I need to use the GUI the way the business
guy write the logic and I cant find the easy way to
do this. Maybe is my fault because I dont know how to use the tool,
but if you could help me to do this (you say using formulas)
I'll be very thankful.
On 02-10-2007, at 18:49, Mark Proctor wrote:
Felipe Piccolini wrote:
> Using the GUI editor for rules is a nice way to make rules,
> however the editor put restrictions on what u can fill on the
> for a type of attribute, ie. if I have a Double attribute
> (approvedMount) in a bean (Person) I cant make the update of this
> field based on
> another field ... what I wanna do (and cant on BRMS GUI) is:
> rule "Set approvedMount for a women"
> no-loop true
> $p: Person($sex: sex == "F", $income: incomeMount)
> $p.setApprovedMount($income * 1.2);
> Where my Person class has incomeMount and approvedMount as Double.
> BRMS GUI only let me put 1.2 but no words to refer the $income
> What can I do?... where will be this possible?... it is quite
> useless if I cant do what I want, because it force me to rebuild
> the bean
Yes all the work we do is totally useless. did you try specifying a
> to have fields names like "approvedMountIncresedBasedOnIncome" and
> make a formula inside the setter, which is exactly the code
> I wanna put on rules, because is the bussines logic.
> Felipe Piccolini M.
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