The rulesSession creates a session that interfaces between R and the Drools engine. The session is utilized by the runRulesDrl function for executing a data frame against a set of rules
a character vector consisting of lines read from a rules file of format .drl (Drools rules file). This character vector is eventually collapsed into a character vector of length 1, so the way you read the file could potentially be just about anything
a character vector of a set of input column, for example.
a character vector of a set of expected output columns, for example.
An active drools rules session. This promotes re-usability of a session, i.e. you can utilize the same session repetitively for different data sets of the same format.
rules.session.object Returns a session to the rules engine
Please have a look at the examples provided in the 'examples' section of the
Rdrools. A sample data set and a set of rules have been supplied help you
understand the package usage.
Ashwin Raaghav <email@example.com>
SMS Chauhan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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