No, but it was mentioned on irc today that you can work around by creating
a global and assigning your working memory to it. Use the global in your
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On 14 Dec 2011 19:59, "freejava" <freejava3(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I am a newbie to drools and I have a question on the 'drools' global (?)
MessageBodyType($l : lineItems)
eval(! dao.checkParty($l, "BY", drools))
In the above rule, when the checkParty method is called, I am getting a
value for drools variable.
Whereas when the append message is called I am getting a
"DefaultKnowldgeHelper" object for drools variable.
Can I use 'drools' variable in the when part ?
Thanks for your help.
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