Hi @soroush, thanks for the quick reply!
What I’m trying to achieve here is basically recreate the deCheem inference framework (see here) in GRAKN.
The idea is to set a backdrop of assumptions and known statements, and then allow questions to be asked of it. Some of the statements in the backdrops are only true under certain asking/query conditions, which means the statements that will be taken into account needs to change for every set of questions asked.
I indeed saw the match-insert documentation, but the shortcoming of that is that once the insert has taken place, it persists until a update/delete has been done on that statement, correct? This means that in any case I’ll have to create client-side logic to do a rinse-and-repeat logic on every run to make sure there are no ‘cross-contamination’ of statements between sessions.
Let me know if my understanding is correct!