|Meta model transformation from one XSD source [message #1752449]
||Mon, 23 January 2017 21:31
| Sam Ra
Registered: January 2017
There is this project where we get 3rd party XSD files representing their API, and all the corresponding classes has been manually written for API and for internal representation.|
The GOAL now is to get everything generated from these XSD files. So: XSDs to Ecore files then generate the java classes from that). Also to have ATL to transform these Ecore models of API into Ecore models of internal representation, where I put the mapping knowledge between models in ATL, and if any new attributes come then I have to add that to the ATL mapping. Later, generate internal classes code from that second Ecore also.
As you can see here the Meta model is actually the model itself. I only have XSD which I want to get Ecore model from, then transform this to different Ecore model. How can I do that with ATL (Ecore to Ecore) when the meta model is the model itself? Do you have any code examples on that?
My second question is, when I generated the source code (set A from Ecore 1 and set B from Ecore 2), then how can I use ATL mapping to connect those two different class sets A and B in the code flow after classes are generated? Any examples or tutorials on that?
Any thoughts on that?
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