This has been fixed in 5.5.0.Final.
On 14 November 2012 12:29, msic <maciejsiczek(a)o2.pl> wrote:
I've encountered the same issue as described by Vann_the_Red. My GUVNOR
version is 5.4.0-SNAPSHOT.
The problem is that I can't assign defined variable as a value in formula
field in "THEN" section of my rule. It is due to field mask that allows me
to enter only digits (type of the field is long). When I click on
the textarea containing "=" appears, but I cannot type in variable name,
any character other than digits. Furthermore, if I delete "=" I cannot
I'm providing the screenshot of the rule:
As I said, the type of clientId field is long. I would like to enter there
I'm kindly asking for help.
> Please advise which version of Guvnor you are using.
> Please also provide a few explicit examples where behavior is not as
> expect (screen shots of the rule and a few words would be cool).
> On 26 July 2012 20:42, Vann_the_Red <
> > wrote:
>> Hello. I started with a search and didn't find an answer. I apologize
>> search-fu was lacking today.
>> I'm a non-developer tasked with rules creation and testing using guvnor.
>> have found some scenarios where I can bind a variable to either the
>> input model or a fact in the input model and then later access those in
>> output model by selecting "Bound Variable" from the popup box in the
>> statement. In other scenarios, "Bound Variable" is not an option
>> Literal or Formula). What must I do to be able to access the bound
>> variables from the When statement(s) in the Then statement(s)?
>> This is a repost because I wasn't on the mailing list yet and I gather
>> didn't see it. Apologies again.
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