Hi there. I was just wondering if the following was a known bug or not
(and if it was
fixed in Guvnor 5.1 - I am using 5.0):
I have two classes, Foo.java and Bar.java. Bar has a property in it,
an integer (also
tried doubles, not tried anything else) called barInt. Foo also has a
instance of Bar called fooBar.
Creating a GUI rule in Guvnor, I begin with the 'when' block. I add a
check for a Foo. In
this Foo, I add a check upon its fooBar parameter. Now, I want to
match on the fooBar's
barInt property being less than a hundred. So, I click on fooBar, and
choose the 'barInt'
subfield. It appears, *BUT* there is no option for "is greater than"
or "is less than",
only "is equals to" and "is not equals to"! I have tried manually
creating such a rule,
and using "<" or ">" is allowed there, so it is a bug - or at
with the GUI.
I have an entire report written up, with attatched files and
screenshots and everything,
but I just wanted to check:
A. If this is a known bug.
B. If it is fixed in Guvnor 5.1.
C. Where to submit bug reports for Guvnor.
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