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icon3.gif  Is aspect-oriented modelling possible in papyrus? [message #1739850] Fri, 05 August 2016 04:13 Go to next message
Syed Samsul Arefin is currently offline Syed Samsul ArefinFriend
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Hello, I am new in papyrus modelling. I am wondering how to do aspect-oriented modelling in papyrus state machine. I have some state machine. where each state has it's own state invariant. Apart from this, there is a number of constraints that act as state invariant in multiple states. So, adding all of those constraints as state invariant in each of those states would make the state machine more complex and messy. Probably, aspect-oriented modelling is a better option in this scenario. So, a single constraint can be added to the state invariant of states of the same aspect. i.e., the complete state invariant of a state would be its own state invariant and the constraint from the aspect.
Is this possible in papyrus? Any idea how to do this? Any suggestion? Thank you.
Re: Is aspect-oriented modelling possible in papyrus? [message #1739926 is a reply to message #1739850] Fri, 05 August 2016 17:35 Go to previous message
Marcos Didonet Del Fabro is currently offline Marcos Didonet Del FabroFriend
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Dear Syed,

with AMW it is possible to create a model with annotations or constrains over one or more (meta) models. However, it is not integrated with Papyrus.

I suggest that you check with the Papyrus forum (https://www.eclipse.org/forums/index.php/f/121/) about any solution that couples AOP and Papyrus.

Regards,

Marcos.
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