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EOpposite [message #1743299] Wed, 14 September 2016 08:28 Go to next message
Emil Jenotte is currently offline Emil JenotteFriend
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Hello,

we are using EMF and Sirius to create an editor. Please see attached the EMF meta model.

When I use the editor to create a relation (and edge with Sirius) then:
According to the Sirius forum, if my relation is modeled as a eOpposite, I only have to set the edges source and target and the opposite relation (in my model outgoingArcs and incomingArcs) will be set automatically.
But this does not happen, when I create an edge. It is displayed like it should, but the incomingArcs and outgoingArcs of the connected elements are not set.

My question is, if I misunderstood the system of eOpposites, so that the problem lays in my EMF meta model?

Cheers,
Emil
Re: EOpposite [message #1743369 is a reply to message #1743299] Wed, 14 September 2016 15:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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In your diagram you appear to have four separate references. You're sure you've hooked things up as opposites? If they were hooked up properly, I'd expect a single line with arrows at both ends, not these two pairs of lines that you show in the image.

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Re: EOpposite [message #1743399 is a reply to message #1743369] Thu, 15 September 2016 03:54 Go to previous message
Emil Jenotte is currently offline Emil JenotteFriend
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Hello Ed,

thanks for the fast help.
I checked it again, deleted the eOpposites, then set them again.
Now it works. Sorry, can't even say what was wrong.
Thank you!

Cheers, Emil
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