|Re: How to call a Java service [message #1699339 is a reply to message #1699234]
||Tue, 23 June 2015 13:33
|| Maxime Porhel
Registered: July 2009
Location: Nantes, France
Hi "qwer qwer"|
Le 23/06/2015 15:08, qwer qwer a écrit :
> Hi everyone,
> a couple of days I'm trying to call a Java Service from my viewpoint but
> I can't make it work. I need a service with a method which creates a
> label for a component of my diagram.
> I have a single viewpoint specification project with my metamodel,
> model, .odesign and in src/mypackage I defined the Java service with a
> public constructor with no arguments and a public method which takes a
> paramter from type EObject and returns an EObject. I tried to reference
> the service through Java Extension (with path:
> MyProject/src/mypackage/Service.java) but it doesn't seem to be working.
You will find information about Java services in , note that you have
to use the "fully qualified Java name" of your service class.
You should try: mypackage.Service
> The service could not be found and I am not able to call the method
> (through Service:myMethod or [myObject.myMethod()/]).
"Service:" is not supported, the prefix of the service interpreter is
> Could you please tell me, what I'm doing wrong and what is the right way
> to call a Java Service. Sirius is something new for me, I'm a beginner.
> Thank you in advance! :)
Maxime - Obeo
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