|Re: ecore design [message #1389259 is a reply to message #1389242]
||Fri, 27 June 2014 14:54
|| Maxime Porhel
Registered: July 2009
Location: Nantes, France
I am sorry for the three answers (this following text was supposed to be |
in the first answer).
Note that you should just have to convert your Plugin project into a
Modeling project, but as mentionned in by Pierre Charles, in the Sirius
1.0.0 release mail, there is a known issue around the detection of
> * #436375: Semantic models not automatically detected when converting
> into a Modeling Project. A workaround is to add them manually to the
> session using the Project Dependencies of the modeling project (see
Le 27/06/2014 16:33, Maxime Porhel a écrit :
> One forgotten question: did you install Ecore Tools 2 ? It provides the
> Design Viewpoint I referenced in my previous message.
> Le 27/06/2014 16:31, Maxime Porhel a écrit :
>> Le 27/06/2014 16:17, guillen antonio a écrit :
>>> I have an ecore model with more than 20 packages. I have install Luna
>>> 4.4, Sirius today.
>>> I want create a diagram from this ecore file. How can I do. No way to
>>> found in the menus of the .ecore file or in the model directory how to
>>> do even with the new menu.
>> You have at least two solutions after opening the Modeling perspective:
>> 1. Create a new Modeling Project, then move your ecore in it (if it is a
>> sample) or reference if from the project dependencies item. Then select
>> right clic the project and use the Viewpoint selection menu to select
>> the Design Viewpoint.
>> 2. Right clic on your ecore file and select New > Representation file.
>> Then right clic the created aird file and use the Viewpoint selection
>> menu to activate the Design Viewpoint.
>> Then you should be able to create diagrams on your EPackages. (righ-clic
>> > New Representation > ..)
>> Kind regards,
Maxime Porhel - Obeo
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