|Merging Models with Extended Types [message #912656]
||Thu, 13 September 2012 23:29
| Rob Cernich
Registered: September 2011
I'm getting a FactoryException: The feature <extended> does not exist in <type>. (The partial stack trace is below.)
Extended actually lines up with a feature in a DocumentRoot, which declares ExtendedMetaData for an affiliate type (i.e. a type that extends the declared type), which obviously is not declared on type, which declares the affiliated feature.
When creating the model, I'm using the form: object.getSomethingGroup().set(package.getDocumentRoot_Extended(), value)
My question, is this a bug in the merger (i.e. should it be considering affiliated types) or should I be doing something different when creating the model (i.e. use an element handler along with object.getSomething().add(value))?
Thanks in advance,
org.eclipse.emf.compare.FactoryException: The feature <extended> does not exist in <type>.
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