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Apply changes in editor [message #1001019] Tue, 15 January 2013 16:38 Go to next message
Vanessa Kreitz is currently offline Vanessa Kreitz
Messages: 4
Registered: January 2013
Junior Member
Hello,

hope someone can help me, it is frustrating.
I created an editor, but have to make some changes in .gmfgraph file (color, form etc.).
But when I do this, the editor does not change at all.
How can I do this?
I tried to combine .gmftool, .ecore and .gmfgraph via Dashboard, to do all the process again, but I canĀ“t overwrite the previous map.
My attempts to create a second map lead to errors.
Please help me! Crying or Very Sad
Re: Apply changes in editor [message #1001184 is a reply to message #1001019] Wed, 16 January 2013 03:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ralph Gerbig is currently offline Ralph Gerbig
Messages: 697
Registered: November 2009
Senior Member
Hi,

I would recommend you to change these models via the gmfmap editor so that the models can update each other. If you open your gmfmap model you will find the other models as root elements at the bottom. It can happen that you need to expand and select some model elements of gmfmap before you see all linked models (gmfgraph and gmf tooling) afterwards you need to generate a new generator model from your gmfmodel and generate code out of this generator model.

Ralph
Re: Apply changes in editor [message #1001434 is a reply to message #1001019] Wed, 16 January 2013 12:32 Go to previous message
Vanessa Kreitz is currently offline Vanessa Kreitz
Messages: 4
Registered: January 2013
Junior Member
Yehaaa! Smile
It works, finally!
Thank you very much, Ralph!
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