|Ecore Change [message #1008404]
||Tue, 12 February 2013 05:52
| Andrey Mising name
Registered: September 2011
I am really new to EMF and still thinking of using it or not.
My problem is: We have a metamodel and models (created from this metamodel) that are created by external software and are saved in different tables. It is not possible to track if someone does any change to a model and to understand what kind of change was done. Although it is possible to read each model with the API.
I though of the possibility to create an Ecore metamodel (that will describe the metamodel) and create models in Eclipse using the API and then to check in this models in SVN or save in ORACLE. Is this feasible?
If the metamodel changes (and as a result my Ecore metamodel changes) is it possible to adopt models created from the old Ecore metamodel?
|Re: Ecore Change [message #1008474 is a reply to message #1008444]
||Tue, 12 February 2013 11:01
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
On 12/02/2013 3:13 PM, Andrey Mising name wrote:
> The instances are saved in tables. It is not possible to track as the
> tables are overwritten.
> JAVA API to extract the informations from these tables.
> By changes i mean for example: References are different (was from
> obejct1 to object2 now it is first to object3 and then to object2),
> Parameters changes (was name, label now id, label, description.)
Certainly with EMF you can track all changes made to objects that are
> Thank you,
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