each rule add/remove/update required you to rebuild, publish and consume (in the
KieContainer) a new kjar.
The kjar will have ALL of the rules, a diff algorithm will only add the new one that is
On 9 Jan 2014, at 15:46, calcacuervo <calcacuervo(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I am trying to add rules incrementally to the kbase, using the same
ksession. I mean, when I have a new DRL, I receive it, and want to add it to
the kbase (in memory), and the ksession I have will start to use this new
I have been using this example,
I can add new rules, but just passing all the DRLS, and creating a new
KieFileSystem. I would like, when I have a new rule, just add (or modify),
this rule to the working memory.
Is this possible? Any idea?
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