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There may not be two classifiers names 'xyz' [message #628185] Tue, 12 January 2010 10:15
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Hi all,
thanks for the possibility to create UML within Eclipse platform,
including roundtrip engeneering and re-engeneering. You did a great
work. Sadly, I'm relatively new to eclipse uml and emf, and it's a
gigantic package you can get lost in very fast. In the past I was used
to take Poseidon to model my applications...but Poseidon absolutely
s..cks and the support is disgusting.
What I'm trying at the moment is to model an application (of course) by
starting with Use Cases, afterwards creating state machines, activities
and classes. My problem is now, that if I create e.g. a state machine of
the name 'MeasurementService', afterwards an activity with the same name
(= 'MeasurementService') and the class with that name (by using UML
tools, see post there: 'Class and State Machine Diagrams'), I'll get the
error 'There may not be two classifiers names 'MeasurementService'' when
reloading with genmodel, of course, because everything tries to generate
an interface 'MeasurementService' + Implementation.
My question is now, how to handle this problem. How can I take the same
classifier for different activities, state machines etc. It is not
necessary for me to take UML tools, it would be enough for me to work
within UML file.
Maybe this is a very trivial problem (then I'm really sorry), but as I
said, you did a great work and this uml package is very huge with many
options (and I already got lost in for many, many times)

I'd be really grateful for your help...

greets
bde
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