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zoom in - out the evl based generated errors in graphical editor [message #517615] Mon, 01 March 2010 09:38 Go to next message
saad bin abid is currently offline saad bin abid
Messages: 57
Registered: October 2009
Location: Ireland
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Hello Experts,
I have generated gmf editor and evaluating/validating the evl constraints on it.
Since my model is very big (many nodes and arrows). I want to have a facility of zooming in out facility so that I can hide the consistent part of the model and only view the in consistent part (or error/marker nodes).

Is there any example which can help me resolve this challenge?
or
Is Eugenia providing such facility ?

My second question is regarding synchronizing emf based editor and eugenia generated graphical editor

any example or code available for synchronizing both together at the same time?


best regards

saad
Re: zoom in - out the evl based generated errors in graphical editor [message #517620 is a reply to message #517615] Mon, 01 March 2010 09:43 Go to previous message
Dimitrios Kolovos is currently offline Dimitrios Kolovos
Messages: 1776
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Saad,

Please see comments below.

saad bin abid wrote:
> Hello Experts,
> I have generated gmf editor and evaluating/validating the evl
> constraints on it. Since my model is very big (many nodes and arrows). I
> want to have a facility of zooming in out facility so that I can hide
> the consistent part of the model and only view the in consistent part
> (or error/marker nodes).
>
> Is there any example which can help me resolve this challenge?

Not that I'm aware of. In case it helps however, double-clicking a
problem in the problems view should take you to the offending node/arrow.

> or
> Is Eugenia providing such facility ?

No.

>
> My second question is regarding synchronizing emf based editor and
> eugenia generated graphical editor
>
> any example or code available for synchronizing both together at the
> same time?
>

I don't have such an example but perhaps somebody else might be able to
help with this...

>
> best regards
> saad

Cheers,
Dimitris

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Re: zoom in - out the evl based generated errors in graphical editor [message #586937 is a reply to message #517615] Mon, 01 March 2010 09:43 Go to previous message
Dimitrios Kolovos is currently offline Dimitrios Kolovos
Messages: 1776
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Saad,

Please see comments below.

saad bin abid wrote:
> Hello Experts,
> I have generated gmf editor and evaluating/validating the evl
> constraints on it. Since my model is very big (many nodes and arrows). I
> want to have a facility of zooming in out facility so that I can hide
> the consistent part of the model and only view the in consistent part
> (or error/marker nodes).
>
> Is there any example which can help me resolve this challenge?

Not that I'm aware of. In case it helps however, double-clicking a
problem in the problems view should take you to the offending node/arrow.

> or
> Is Eugenia providing such facility ?

No.

>
> My second question is regarding synchronizing emf based editor and
> eugenia generated graphical editor
>
> any example or code available for synchronizing both together at the
> same time?
>

I don't have such an example but perhaps somebody else might be able to
help with this...

>
> best regards
> saad

Cheers,
Dimitris

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