|How to identify top node references in GMF editors [message #670872]
||Mon, 16 May 2011 01:51
| pavithra Missing name
Registered: May 2011
I'm developing a graphical editor using Eclipse GMF.The model is developed from a xml schema.|
According to the schema A,B,C,D elements are included in element E and E is included in element F.I have map F for the canvas in model declarations.
I want all A,B,C,D,E to be displayed in the pallet and only E should be able to draw on canvas. A,B,C,D should be able to draw only inside E.
I'm getting errors when I try to develop editor from this schema. The elements A,B,C,D,E are not displayed correctly in the pallet.
Isn't it possible to consider A,B,C,D as top nodes references? If "E" is the only top node, how am I supposed to represent A,B,C,D in the pallet?
To get the necessary functionality, I need to change the schema. But I don't want to do it as I need to save designs in XML according to that schema.
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