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[ATL] Tool support for generating the xmi source model [message #1386797] Fri, 20 June 2014 14:38 Go to next message
Chung-Ling Lin is currently offline Chung-Ling LinFriend
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Registered: December 2011
Dear All,

I just start learning ATL for a few days. Because I will need to use ATL to do the model transformation for a complicate model with lots of objects, I try to find out if I can use a tool to help me generating the source model (xmi file) after I create the source and target metamodels.

I followed the tutorial of the family to person example to create my family metamodel, I try to use the IBM Rational Software Architect to create my source model which conforms to the family metamodel and exports it as a xmi file. The exported xmi file contains a lot of additional information compared with the sample-Families.xmi introduced by the tutorial, and I got the PackageNotFoundException error messages when I try to use this xmi file as my source model to run my ATL transformation.

I would like to know what setting I should make if I want to use RSA to export my model to the xmi file. Or any tool I can use to generate the standard xmi for the ATL transformation.

Thank you for you help.

Chung-Ling Lin
Re: [ATL] Tool support for generating the xmi source model [message #1386932 is a reply to message #1386797] Mon, 23 June 2014 07:48 Go to previous message
Dennis Wagelaar is currently offline Dennis WagelaarFriend
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Registered: September 2012
Location: Belgium
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You can use the "Create Dynamic Instance..." context menu option on the EClass you want to instantiate in your model. See also:

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