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RE: ISSUE-62 (actions in PRD): Which actions should PRD cover [PRD ]

From: Paul Vincent <pvincent@tibco.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2008 09:08:07 -0700
Message-ID: <637B7E7B51291C48838F5AE1F2ACA1D714D120@NA-PA-VBE02.na.tibco.com>
To: "Rule Interchange Format Working Group WG" <public-rif-wg@w3.org>

As RIF is more likely to be deployment-time than PRR's model-time, it
should (as a strategy) support a superset of PRR notions. Note that in
PRR , "invoke" is used to model any external or engine call, including
those that might have side effects on working memory: in other words
it's a catch-all.

Paul Vincent
TIBCO | Business Optimization | Business Rules & CEP
 

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> Subject: ISSUE-62 (actions in PRD): Which actions should PRD cover
[PRD ]
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> ISSUE-62 (actions in PRD): Which actions should PRD cover [PRD ]
> 
> http://www.w3.org/2005/rules/wg/track/issues/
> 
> Raised by: Christian de Sainte Marie
> On product: PRD
> 
> - The basic actions in a production rule systems are ASSERT, RETRACT,
> MODIFY;
> - Most implemented PR languages have also the possibility to execute
some
> sort of externally specified code;
> - In the non-normative PRR-OCL section, OMG PRR specifies five
actions:
> assert, retract, update, assign and invoke.
> 
> What are action constructs should we specify in PRD?
> 
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