If your JAR imported without error (see the server log) and you've added
them as an import in the corresponding editor ("Config" tab) then they
should be available for authoring.
If your JAR classes are in the same package as the rules in the workbench
you can skip importing them.
If this is not working please raise a GUVNOR JIRA providing the exact steps
and JARs to replicate.
On 1 September 2014 11:30, djb <dbrownell83(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
I'm having trouble with the BRMS/workbench. Making an existing project
accessible via the guided rule editor is more difficult than I imagined. I
am getting nowhere.
Currently my rules are all in DRL files in my domain model, and my project
EAR / WEB-APP / DOMAIN MODEL / ENTITY SERVICE / ENTITY FACADE / ENTITY
So I need the classes in the domain model, entity facade and entity model
available to the BRMS. They are available from SVN, or Maven, or as jars.
So I import these jars as Artifacts... and add them as dependencies using
'Add from Repository'
now I want to use the BRMS to allow users to edit rules.
How do I go about doing this? I presume I need to set it up in the data
modeller, but my classes and packages don't show up in the drop down... ?
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