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QVTo object serialization [message #1708292] Tue, 15 September 2015 08:17 Go to next message
Abdul Ali Bangash is currently offline Abdul Ali BangashFriend
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Upto my knowledge the QVTOperational.ecore model, in the form of EOperation is completely populated and accessible under InternalTransformationExecutor.java while checkIsExecutable() operations is called.

I have got here a list of EOperations from OperationalTransformation. What i need to do is to serialize these EOperations to .xml file.

For import/Export capability of QVTOperational.ecore

First let me know if my direction is right or my concepts are completely messed up.
Second, if i am right then what could be the possible way to serialize each EOperation as there are a lot of protected objects in OCL and Ecore which restrict the normal JAVA Serialization capability.
Re: QVTo object serialization [message #1708359 is a reply to message #1708292] Tue, 15 September 2015 20:30 Go to previous message
Ed Willink is currently offline Ed WillinkFriend
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Hi

Why would you want to serialize each EOperation separately when you can
serialize all at once by just saving the Resource?

Regards

Ed Willink




On 15/09/2015 09:17, Abdul Ali Bangash wrote:
> Upto my knowledge the QVTOperational.ecore model, in the form of
> EOperation is completely populated and accessible under
> InternalTransformationExecutor.java while checkIsExecutable()
> operations is called.
>
> I have got here a list of EOperations from OperationalTransformation.
> What i need to do is to serialize these EOperations to .xml file.
> For import/Export capability of QVTOperational.ecore
>
> First let me know if my direction is right or my concepts are
> completely messed up.
> Second, if i am right then what could be the possible way to serialize
> each EOperation as there are a lot of protected objects in OCL and
> Ecore which restrict the normal JAVA Serialization capability.
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