|Re: Large Model, minor changes [message #1007075 is a reply to message #1007067]
||Mon, 04 February 2013 10:49
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
500 classes is not 'very big'. The corresponding model with 500,000
objects might be.
Ideally you want a bidirectional transformation language such as QVTr,
however the main Eclipse implementations only support editing today. You
could try the Medini or ModelMorf implementations.
Alternatively you can implement two unidirectional transformations, in
which case your choices are at least
- QVTo (most standard)
- ATL (most mature)
- Xtend2 (most Java-like)
- Epsilon (most diverse)
- Viatra2 (most unknown to me)
With only 20 deviations, handcrafted Java and mapping tools may also be
On 04/02/2013 10:19, Matthias N wrote:
> I haven't done very much in M2M, but before I start, I want to have
> your opinion:
> We have a very big Ecore meta-model (~500 classes), lets call it "A".
> Now, we have another Ecore meta-mdoel ("B"), which is almost similiar
> to "A" but does have about 20 deviations.
> What I now want to do is to transform "B" -> "A" and "A" -> "B".
> Can you tell me what the best approach would be and how complex this
> would be?
> Thank you very much
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