Building a rule which is described in MVEL dialect and uses one of the four basic binary operators (
/) taking one or two BigDecimal type value(s) as operand(s) with executable rule models enabled causes a compilation error.
For example, in the following rule,
package com.example.reproducer import com.example.reproducer.Bus import java.math.BigDecimal dialect "mvel" rule "bus3b" when $bus : Bus() then BigDecimal grossWeight = $bus.weight + $bus.capacity * 55 + $bus.maxLoadingWeight; // ..... (*1) System.out.println("***** " + $bus + ", gross weight = " + grossWeight); end // $bus.weight and $bus.maxLoadingWeight are BigDecimal type properties, and $bus.capacity is an int type property of Bus class.
$bus.weight + $bus.capacity * 55 in the statement (*1) performs an addition of BigDecimal type value (
$bus.weight) and numeric value (the result of
$bus.capacity * 55).
When I build a maven project which contains this rule with executable model enabled, a compilation error occurs with the message like below.
$ mvn clean compile -DgenerateModel=YES ... [ERROR] /work2/testdir/reproducer_model_compiler_3b/target/generated-sources/drools-model-compiler/main/java/com/example/reproducer/P3B/LambdaConsequence3B6B2D15753A225FFA39E42DED953773.java:[18,61] bad operand types for binary operator '+' first type: java.math.BigDecimal second type: int ...
This issue occurs for the following operations:
- BigDecimal_type_value op Numeric_value
- Numeric_value op BigDecimal_type_value
- BigDecimal_type_value op BigDecimal_type_value
where op is one of the binary operators
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