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Using BPEL model [message #6643] Tue, 23 January 2007 21:02 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: ssinha4.covansys.com

Hi ,

I have emf model based on xml schema and working editor using that I can
save the instances of schema and I want to convert XML instances to BPEL
process using org.eclipse.bpel.model. Is it possible to use
org.eclipse.bpel.model API in Java client program? I tried to explore the
org.eclipse.bpel.model jar files but it seems model code has not been
exposed in plugin.

Regards
Sanjeev Sinha
Re: Using BPEL model [message #6661 is a reply to message #6643] Tue, 23 January 2007 22:53 Go to previous message
Michal Chmielewski is currently offline Michal ChmielewskiFriend
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You can use the EMF model anywhere, you should need to have the right
jar files in the classpath. There are details on how to do this in the
EMF projects.

You would need the model jar files from the org.eclipse.bpel.model
plugin plus at the very least the EMF classes. You would most likely
need the XSD and WSDL emf models as well.


Sanjeev Sinha wrote:
> Hi ,
>
> I have emf model based on xml schema and working editor using that I can
> save the instances of schema and I want to convert XML instances to BPEL
> process using org.eclipse.bpel.model. Is it possible to use
> org.eclipse.bpel.model API in Java client program? I tried to explore
> the org.eclipse.bpel.model jar files but it seems model code has not
> been exposed in plugin.
>
> Regards
> Sanjeev Sinha
>
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