|Associations: Are they good for anything? [message #617591]
||Wed, 30 January 2008 20:22
Originally posted by: m_lehmeier.gmx.de|
I read the "Using EMF" Tutorial at
It showed an UML diagram that is used to build the example metamodel.
It was done in Rational Rose, but I thought there are the uml2tools,
they should also be able to do that.
So I created a diagram and basically copied that diagram.
I didn't find out how to put the arrows on the associations, but I guess
that is not so important.
That important stuff like multiplicities have to be manually edited in
the properties and are even distributed into no less than four property
fields is very nasty and time-consuming. I hope this will be changed
Anyway, I then generated an EMF model out of the result which went fine.
The resulting model however, showed no associations. No reference
I wonder: Isn't model generation the main task of the uml2tools? If yes,
then it seems that associations only serve for decoration in the
I hope not.
I wonder this especially because in the tutorial
the chapter for the explanation of associations makes up a pretty big
But it never explains what purpose they serve in modeling with
Or how to edit the multiplcities for that matter.
My suggestion to whoever made the tutorial is to add one example how all
the editing reflects in a concrete result, meaning either a generated
model, generated java code or whatever.
Lehmeier Michael (Nightshade Dragon UDIC)
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