|Re: UML to Ecore [message #80813 is a reply to message #80804]
||Tue, 06 May 2008 11:39
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com|
> i am not betting to reuse any thing what already exists.
My advice was to reuse what exists. The M2M folks don't have an
existing UML -> Ecore transformation. The UML2 project has already
fully implemented that.
> But the thing is to get my goal as I said UML Class Diagram Parser.
If your class diagram conforms to the UML model you should be able to
read it with the UML2 APIs.
> I am not having it even gone through EMF tutorial.
Yet in another post (an exceedingly long thread on the EMF newsgroups)
it seems you did follow the tutorials, so I'm a bit confused.
> I dont know whether it
I wonder what "it" is?
> is version conflict (eclipse,EMF,Omondo,java) or some thing that I
> dont get it. for example, you see the link below I like to generate
> Ecore model from Uml diagram shown in the link. then I can generate
> *.genmodel from Ecore model and then generate java codes. the way what
> I uderstood is like this, isnt it???
Yes. Many people use UML's Ecore importer to read a UML serialization
and convert it to Ecore.
> if im wrong then guide me where im wrong in this concept.
> http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-ecem f1/#UsingEMFmodel
> No doubt EMF itself is very useful but how can I get my goal out of
> it?? that is my problem to go further.
I'm very confused why you are asking on the M2M newsgroup a question
that's far more likely to be answered on the UML newsgroup.
> well, im student intermediate level java programmer, I might be wrong
> in concepts than you guys. but your recommendation will be appreciated.
If you clearly describe what problems you are having following the UML's
tutorials, on the UML2 newsgroup, I'm sure folks will help...
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