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Why isn't my model recognised? [message #588806] Tue, 04 May 2010 15:47
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Originally posted by: c.k.holmes.lboro.ac.uk

Hi,
I have created an example model using HUTN to test out the abstract
syntax of a metamodel. I can render this model using EGL. I have also
generated a model via ETL, the generated model gets placed in the same
folder as the HUTN-generated model. However, when I run the EGL script
and query the models via:
<snip>
'Document Set:'.println();
Document.allInstances().collect(d | d.title.println());
</snip>

I see only the HUTN-generated model, I expected to see both the HUTN and
the ETL-generated models present. I can open and browse both models
using the Exeed and/or text editors and both models appear as expected.

Regards
Chris
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