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static profile definition? [message #627786] Wed, 15 July 2009 08:03
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Originally posted by: formatzeh.gmx.de

Recently I began to play around with operational QVT and did my first
steps. Well - in short words - I have a profile and a model applying it
and want to do some transformations. In those transformations I want to
apply a stereotype. In the m2m-newsgroup Sergey gave me the link [2]
where he writes about static profile definition. How I understand this
static profile definition means to make your profile available in the
workspace. So one doesn't need to load resource when wanting to apply
the profile. Is it right? So by [2] I reached [1] where James wrote
under 2.2 "Choose process all and generate code...". As I don't need an
editor for my profile I thought that he means "generating the model
code". Is this assumption right? Well, I generated the model code but
got some compiling errors (exactly 4501). I generated the code because I
wanted to add the extension point
org.eclipse.uml2.uml.generated_package. There comes the next question.
In this extension point you can add a profile and there you have to
specify a uri and location. What do I put in that location? James wrote
to "select a path". But what path? I can't imagine that I have to put
the path of my uml-file defining my profile in there?
I hope you udnerstand me and can help me a little bit because I'm new on
that terrain. Maybe there is a detailed document describing how to
create a static profile definition? All information is welcome.

best regards,
Gilbert


[1] http://dev.eclipse.org/newslists/news.eclipse.modeling.mdt.u ml2/msg00817.html
[2] http://www.eclipse.org/newsportal/article.php?id=4213&gr oup=eclipse.modeling.m2m#4213
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