|Re: [ATL] How does ATL handle XMI? [message #547490 is a reply to message #547459]
||Sat, 17 July 2010 15:25
| Freddy Allilaire
Registered: July 2009
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Some answers below.
Le 17/07/2010 04:59, Balderas a écrit :
> Hello guys
> I am a newcomer to ATL and have a number of questions regarding XMI
> support. I am trying to launch the UmlActivityDiagram2MSProject use
> case, the one where the metamodel for the subset of the UML Activity
> Diagram is found in a XMI file called UMLDI-20030818.xmi. My questions are:
> 1. Do I have to transform this UMLDI-20030818.xmi file to a .ecore file?
> If so, how can I do this?
> 2. I presume that every model processed by an ATL transformation program
> must be built using an external-to-Eclipse tool and then exported to
ATL delegates to EMF "model handling", so you can create model inside
Eclipse thanks to EMF (or any tool using EMF).
This wiki entry could give some helps to start:
> Does ATL fully support XMI so this exchange works seamlessly?
All XMI files created thanks to EMF could be used by ATL.
> 3. Is it possible to export a .ecore metamodel to XMI using Eclipse, ATL
> and EMF?
An .ecore model is an XMI file that conforms to Ecore metamodel.
> Thanks a lot in advance. I appreciate your help.
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