|Re: problem about the interactive OCL console [message #487768 is a reply to message #487521]
||Thu, 24 September 2009 07:38
Registered: September 2009
I think that the best way to get started with OCL is using the examples provided by Ganymede eclipse distribution.
Push the menu option:
File -> New -> Example ... and take the EMF and OCL projects (one of these is the OCL console interpreter).
After that, when you execute the projects like RCP application or in a Runtime Environment, you have to create a model that follows the Ecore metamodel description.
On that model, push the right button of the mouse, and it will be shown a context menu in which is the OCL Interpreter option.
Now, you can write OCL expressions in that console and evaluate them against the model that you have created.
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