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How to deal with uml model fragments? [message #476597] Thu, 16 July 2009 16:47 Go to next message
steve orobec is currently offline steve orobecFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi

I have been given a folder full of RSM model fragments which were
created from a very large class model.

Other editors have created new model fragments in RSM with a view
to integrating this back into the collective model.

I am using uml2 and tools as part of my hybrid DSL (uml2 being another
DSL). However, while I can load the uml fragments which were part of
the original large class model, I get problems loading the the new uml
fragment in that it errors with
Resource:/long%20path%20name/blah%20.efx' does not exist.
(it does exist just that for some reason can't find it)


I get this error using load resource and the uml2 tree editor.

Is there a workaround or do I need to create my own custom module to to
handle this? I'm happy just to load the new fragment for manipulation
and ignore any links to external packages. I get similar issues in other
areas with bad links (the original model being an auto migration from RR)


Also is it possible to write filters to strip out unwanted items being
shown visually in the tree editor, load resource window etc ie just see
packages, classes, attributes


regards
Steve
Re: How to deal with uml model fragments? [message #476610 is a reply to message #476597] Thu, 23 July 2009 12:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Tatiana Fesenko is currently offline Tatiana FesenkoFriend
Messages: 530
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Steve,

It's rather question to UML2 component, I've redirected this post to its
newsgroup.

Tanya.

> Hi
>
> I have been given a folder full of RSM model fragments which were
> created from a very large class model.
>
> Other editors have created new model fragments in RSM with a view to
> integrating this back into the collective model.
>
> I am using uml2 and tools as part of my hybrid DSL (uml2 being another
> DSL). However, while I can load the uml fragments which were part of
> the original large class model, I get problems loading the the new uml
> fragment in that it errors with
> Resource:/long%20path%20name/blah%20.efx' does not exist.
> (it does exist just that for some reason can't find it)
> I get this error using load resource and the uml2 tree editor.
>
> Is there a workaround or do I need to create my own custom module to
> to handle this? I'm happy just to load the new fragment for
> manipulation and ignore any links to external packages. I get similar
> issues in other areas with bad links (the original model being an auto
> migration from RR)
>
> Also is it possible to write filters to strip out unwanted items being
> shown visually in the tree editor, load resource window etc ie just
> see packages, classes, attributes
>
> regards
> Steve
Re: How to deal with uml model fragments? [message #476613 is a reply to message #476610] Thu, 23 July 2009 22:35 Go to previous message
steve orobec is currently offline steve orobecFriend
Messages: 156
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Thanks Tatiana

I wasn't sure which group it should go to

regards
Steve

Tatiana Fesenko wrote:
> Hello Steve,
>
> It's rather question to UML2 component, I've redirected this post to its
> newsgroup.
> Tanya.
>
>> Hi
>>
>> I have been given a folder full of RSM model fragments which were
>> created from a very large class model.
>>
>> Other editors have created new model fragments in RSM with a view to
>> integrating this back into the collective model.
>>
>> I am using uml2 and tools as part of my hybrid DSL (uml2 being another
>> DSL). However, while I can load the uml fragments which were part of
>> the original large class model, I get problems loading the the new uml
>> fragment in that it errors with
>> Resource:/long%20path%20name/blah%20.efx' does not exist.
>> (it does exist just that for some reason can't find it)
>> I get this error using load resource and the uml2 tree editor.
>>
>> Is there a workaround or do I need to create my own custom module to
>> to handle this? I'm happy just to load the new fragment for
>> manipulation and ignore any links to external packages. I get similar
>> issues in other areas with bad links (the original model being an auto
>> migration from RR)
>>
>> Also is it possible to write filters to strip out unwanted items being
>> shown visually in the tree editor, load resource window etc ie just
>> see packages, classes, attributes
>>
>> regards
>> Steve
>
>
Re: How to deal with uml model fragments? [message #624655 is a reply to message #476597] Thu, 23 July 2009 12:57 Go to previous message
Tatiana Fesenko is currently offline Tatiana FesenkoFriend
Messages: 530
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Steve,

It's rather question to UML2 component, I've redirected this post to its
newsgroup.

Tanya.

> Hi
>
> I have been given a folder full of RSM model fragments which were
> created from a very large class model.
>
> Other editors have created new model fragments in RSM with a view to
> integrating this back into the collective model.
>
> I am using uml2 and tools as part of my hybrid DSL (uml2 being another
> DSL). However, while I can load the uml fragments which were part of
> the original large class model, I get problems loading the the new uml
> fragment in that it errors with
> Resource:/long%20path%20name/blah%20.efx' does not exist.
> (it does exist just that for some reason can't find it)
> I get this error using load resource and the uml2 tree editor.
>
> Is there a workaround or do I need to create my own custom module to
> to handle this? I'm happy just to load the new fragment for
> manipulation and ignore any links to external packages. I get similar
> issues in other areas with bad links (the original model being an auto
> migration from RR)
>
> Also is it possible to write filters to strip out unwanted items being
> shown visually in the tree editor, load resource window etc ie just
> see packages, classes, attributes
>
> regards
> Steve
Re: How to deal with uml model fragments? [message #624658 is a reply to message #476610] Thu, 23 July 2009 22:35 Go to previous message
steve orobec is currently offline steve orobecFriend
Messages: 156
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Thanks Tatiana

I wasn't sure which group it should go to

regards
Steve

Tatiana Fesenko wrote:
> Hello Steve,
>
> It's rather question to UML2 component, I've redirected this post to its
> newsgroup.
> Tanya.
>
>> Hi
>>
>> I have been given a folder full of RSM model fragments which were
>> created from a very large class model.
>>
>> Other editors have created new model fragments in RSM with a view to
>> integrating this back into the collective model.
>>
>> I am using uml2 and tools as part of my hybrid DSL (uml2 being another
>> DSL). However, while I can load the uml fragments which were part of
>> the original large class model, I get problems loading the the new uml
>> fragment in that it errors with
>> Resource:/long%20path%20name/blah%20.efx' does not exist.
>> (it does exist just that for some reason can't find it)
>> I get this error using load resource and the uml2 tree editor.
>>
>> Is there a workaround or do I need to create my own custom module to
>> to handle this? I'm happy just to load the new fragment for
>> manipulation and ignore any links to external packages. I get similar
>> issues in other areas with bad links (the original model being an auto
>> migration from RR)
>>
>> Also is it possible to write filters to strip out unwanted items being
>> shown visually in the tree editor, load resource window etc ie just
>> see packages, classes, attributes
>>
>> regards
>> Steve
>
>
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