|Re: [EVL] Call Operations of Metamodel [message #1726002 is a reply to message #1725996]
||Tue, 08 March 2016 23:09
| Glatz Martin
Registered: March 2016
thanks a lot for your quick reply.
I've removed the wrapper function in the meantime, but somehow the EOperation is not found.
I have simplified my example in the meantime - my Operation declaration looks as follows (EOperation op in class InstanceHierarchy):
<eClassifiers xsi:type="ecore:EClass" name="InstanceHierarchy" eSuperTypes="#//CAEXObject">
<details key="name" value="InstanceHierarchy"/>
<details key="kind" value="elementOnly"/>
<eOperations name="op" eType="ecore:EDataType http://www.eclipse.org/emf/2002/Ecore#//EString">
<details key="body" value="return "Operation executed";"/>
<eStructuralFeatures xsi:type="ecore:EReference" name="internalElement" upperBound="-1"
eType="#//InternalElement" containment="true" resolveProxies="false">
<details key="documentation" value="Shall be used in order to define nested objects inside of a SystemUnitClass or another InternalElement. Allows description of the internal structure of an CAEX object."/>
<details key="kind" value="element"/>
<details key="name" value="InternalElement"/>
<details key="namespace" value="##targetNamespace"/>
Then I generate model Code - basically the test functionality is already there, as I've put it in the model for now.
The EVL file looks as follows (I know doesn't make much sense)
message : self + ": ID's are not unique"
But still I get the error message:
Method 'op' not found for: InstanceHierarchy [changeMode=state, iD=null, name=, ]
I'm running the application with a debug-Configuration in Eclipse, where I've introduced the CAEX model and metamodel.
In addition it's not quite clear for me how the generated model code is integrated here - it's generated as a different project - I've copied the model code etc. to the project where the EVL file is located, but that didn't help either.
Do you have any idea, what I'm missing here?
Thanks a lot,
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