|Re: Preserve EEnums literal by UML import [message #627696]
||Sat, 13 June 2009 22:09
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
Timothy Marc wrote:
> Hey all,
> is there a way, to annotate an EEnum literal in a UML model?
A UML question....
> I create my Ecore model from an UML model and want the literals be
> different to the literals name.
I'm not sure that UML supports that...
> For example:
> EEnuml Literal
> value := 0
> name: Closing
> luieral: <->
> Currently, i change them manually everytime, i reload the UML model,
> on which my Ecore model depends. Is there a way, to specify the
> literal String somewhere in the UML model directly or mark them as
> "preserved" in Ecore?
When it comes to UML issues, it's generally best to ask on the UML
newsgroup, so I've added that to the "to" list of the reply...
One "trick" that I would use would be to export the Ecore model to UML
and see what annotations are on the result. I would expect Ecore -> UML
->Ecore to be a round trip, as is the case for Ecore -> XML Schema -> Ecore.
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