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assia assiatoune
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hello,
for starting , thanks,
for the first question I asked you , I have found yesterday at night(after posting you my question) the section of the manual about i\oRouters , so now, all is right.thank you.

for the second one I am going to try with it again this afternoon.

for more details:the problem I faced is having a"file.clp" how to suspend the inference engine in order for example(ot add a new rule or a new fact or a new function in the "file.clp"(which can act on the result of the inferencing); and how to activate it after!

NB: how to do it from java(Jbuilder)?
waiting for your answer!thanks a loooooot. luyza.
 
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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The very specific answer depends on what you're doing exactly, but I already answered this in my last post. If you've called "run" in one thread, then to stop the engine, you need to call "halt" in another thread. Simple as that.

The simple command-line client jess.Main provides no way to do this from the command-line. Once you call run, you have to wait for it to stop on its own.

I've never touched JBuilder, so I can't give any JBuilder-specific answers.
 
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you called?

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We've been discussing you a lot in this forum.
 
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