for the first rule, the Jira is
and you have to wait that my patch is applied and you will be able to do
all you want
for the second part of you question, did you try with class Double
instead of standard type double.
For example, if a variable is boolean, than no listbox appears.
But if you use Boolean, then it works, a listbox appears and you can
Le jeudi 26 mars 2009 à 12:53 -0700, hpost a écrit :
Hi. I am trying to implement the following rule using a guided rule
Guvnor. It works successfully in the Eclipse environment.
$event : GlucoseEvent(input.glucoseValue <=
GlucoseResult result = $event.getResult();
double nextTime = glucoseCalc.calculateDuration(1.0,
System.out.println("SevereHypoglycemia rule ran.");
I have imported the jar file and can see all of the objects. The problem I
am having is with the nested object model. I can reference the
GlucoseEvent.input.glucoseValue field successfully, but the only comparison
operators I get are 'equals too' and 'not equals to'. They type of
glucoseValue is double and I need to do relational comparison as in the rule
above. If I do a 'View Source' on the rule in BRMS, this is what I see if
I use the 'equals' operator:
GlucoseEvent( input.glucoseValue == "40" )
Is this bug or does the guided rule editor only support flat object models?