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The user defined rules are quite similar to a CONSTRUCT SPARQL query, where the FILTER clause is implemented in SQL.
I think we have already written rules like you want :
You have to write a PL/SQL FUNCTION that returns a NUMBER (not a BOOLEAN, think you are in SQL) :
FUNCTION DURATION(HOURS INTEGER, D1 VARCHAR2, D2 VARCHAR2) RETURN INTEGER
THEN RETURN 1;
ELSE RETURN 0;
Maybe you will have to GRANT EXECUTE ON DURATION TO MDSYS.
Then include the following in the FILTER clause of the Rulebase "[owner].duration (24, TO_CHAR(d1),TO_CHAR(d2)) = 1"
Hope this helps.
That's a great stuff. I'm eager to try the new database release. Thank you very much for your help.