|Using meta-model ereferences for connections [message #778218]
||Wed, 11 January 2012 18:33
| Josef Pohl
Registered: January 2012
Sorry, I am rather new at this and am digging my way through the tutorial and perhaps I have not gotten to the pertinent information yet.
The problem I am trying to solve is as follows: I have an ecore meta-model which has a set of EClasses (Goal, Strategy, and so on). Each EClass contains one or more EReferences (subgoals, goalstrategies, strategygoals, etc). Some are self-referential (relating a Goal to a different Goal) and some are heterogeneous (Goal to Strategy, Strategy to Goal).
What I would like to do is to relate the actual EReference type (subgoals, goalstrategies,...) to a connection feature. The tutorial makes reference to simply an EReference. But it does not seem to use a distinct instance related to an EClass.
Is there a way to access the actual EReferences in my meta-model for a particular EClass and then create a "domain object" that is related to this reference and hence the given instance of the class (as represented by a shape feature)?
Sorry again if I am missing something obvious and I would be more than willing to clarify my issue if needed.
Thanks in advance,
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