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  Give Your Business Logic a Framework with Drools
Subject:   rule contexts
Date:   2005-08-08 09:20:47
From:   paul_browne
Response to: rule contexts


No , you didn't miss anything - the example(s) were kept very simple for clarity.



For the example you are talking about , you would probably split the Rules into two Sets (.drl files) - one for sell and one for buy.



If your question is more 'how do I model more complex rules , you would either (a) make your preconditions more complex - more conditions to be satisified before the rule fires or (b) Arrange it so that Rule 2 would only fire of a change made to working memory by Rule 1.



The www.drools.org site has a lot of additional information on this subject.



Paul Browne - www.firstpartners.net/rp