|Re: How to get OCL variable from Java code [message #1068186 is a reply to message #1068174]
||Fri, 12 July 2013 14:48
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
The OCL tooling is all implemented with Java so you can certainly call
it, but the whole point of modeling is to abstract away from the Java,
so if as a novice you are already reaching for java, I strongly suspect
that you are either doing something foolish or have assumed that I
actually understood your very vague original question.
On 12/07/2013 15:17, zernadji tarek wrote:
> Thanks for your response.
> I'm afraid that i'm not really experienced with OCLinEcore editor and
> also novice in the domain, but i'm investigating your solution which i
> find interesting.
> However, i did not understand what do you mean by "not trivially
> callable by Java.", i want to test the first solution for now, you
> mean that it is not possible to call it from Java code as i mentioned
> in my previous post: int var= result of OCL operation call
> Thanks in advance.
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