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[Ecore] Check class reference consistency in model [message #660765] Mon, 21 March 2011 14:01 Go to next message
leonard.krpan is currently offline leonard.krpan
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Hello,

I'm working with Ecore models that contain a vast number of packages and classes. When processing the models, I need to have the possibility of manually comparing the computed results with the original models. Since the original models are too big, I am using a reduced version where I only leave a package or two from the original.

When reducing the model, it can happen that I delete classes which are referenced (i.e. as super classes) in the classes which land in the reduced model.

Is there a one-click way in Eclipse to check the Ecore model for consistency in this sense?
Re: [Ecore] Check class reference consistency in model [message #660806 is a reply to message #660765] Mon, 21 March 2011 16:19 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
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You can use Validate... from the context menu. If there are unresolved
proxies it will complain about them...

lk_muc wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I'm working with Ecore models that contain a vast number of packages
> and classes. When processing the models, I need to have the
> possibility of manually comparing the computed results with the
> original models. Since the original models are too big, I am using a
> reduced version where I only leave a package or two from the original.
>
> When reducing the model, it can happen that I delete classes which are
> referenced (i.e. as super classes) in the classes which land in the
> reduced model.
>
> Is there a one-click way in Eclipse to check the Ecore model for
> consistency in this sense?
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