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  1. Drools
  2. DROOLS-2263

Unexpected results in GDST when using enumerations with commas

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      When using enumerations where the values itself contain a comma, the rules generated by a GDST are unexpected, as the "contains in" operator splits those values in the enumerations. Example enumeration:

         fact: person
         field: city
         context: ['paris','london','new york,boston']
      

      Note: see the 'new york, boston' sample.

      The code generated will be:

      rule "Row 1 personGDT"
          dialect "mvel"
          when
              p : person( city in ( "new york", "boston" ) )
          then
      end
      

      Basically "paris" and "new york,boston" will be treated by the DSL parser as 3 strings in the DRL generation and will produce someting simiular to
      p : person( city in ( "paris", "new york", "boston" ) )
      But what the customer expects is the following
      p : person( city in ( "paris", "new york,boston" ) )

            trikkola Toni Rikkola
            trikkola Toni Rikkola
            Jozef Marko Jozef Marko
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