That's all very vague (and please check "violated" in your
dictionary), but see below:
On 27/11/2013, Chaturvedi Dewashish <dewashish(a)nirvana-sol.com> wrote:
I insert two facts
- obj1 (on which rules needs to be validated, used in when part),
- obj2 (to retrieve output, used in then part)
Let's say there are two rules Rule1 and Rule2 for this fact type and both
them get violated. In this case I am getting only one instance of updated
I can't say much without seeing the rule. Clearly, if there is only
one obj2 and if it is updated in both "then" parts, it may not reflect
the actual state of affairs.
I need two instances of obj2 as both rules are violated. So, that I can
perform operation on based on those.
As the purpose of obj2 is not clear, I refrain from suggesting
anything. If obj2 should contain data depending on the rule, you'll
need one for each rule. If, however, it should reflect the changes
made on obj1, you need one obj2 for each obj1, and it should, somehow,
be related to it.
I have also seen on internet that DROOLS skips checking for other rules if
any one gets violated.
Unless you interfere, it does not stop working if there are still
unfired rules with true (matching) left hand sides.
So, requirement is as
1. DROOLS should check for all rules (What is performance cost for this.
Does fire all rules work this way?)
Q1: It depends. Q2: Yes, as the documentation says...
2. All instances of obj2 to perform actions accordingly (What is best way
do this. Should I insert an array of this type? If so please, say how to
Love that name ;-)