|Re: Code generation from a transformed model [message #1767204 is a reply to message #1766824]
||Mon, 03 July 2017 14:27
|| Ansgar Radermacher
Registered: March 2011
Location: Paris Saclay, France
Is your output model still basically a UML model, but with some specific stereotypes? If yes, the Papyrus Java code generator can generate code from it, but will of course ignore these specific stereotypes.|
If I understand your question, you cannot call the code generator the usual way, since the generated model is "only" a UML file (no Papyprus .di/.notation). Therefore, you cannot open it with Papyrus. If yes, a workaround is to create the missing files: select the UML file in the Project Explorer and then right click on New -> Papyrus Model to create a (basically empty) notation and di file. (It is also possible to open a UML file with Papyrus, but it will complain about the missing files)
|Re: Code generation from a transformed model [message #1796333 is a reply to message #1767232]
||Thu, 11 October 2018 05:42
| Miss Aleena
Registered: October 2018
Jeni Martin wrote on Mon, 03 July 2017 21:29|
I tried what you kindly suggested, but when I right click on one of the transformed classes, and then choose "Designer"-->Generate Java code, it says that the operation is not enabled.
I am having the same issue. i am using eclipse photon committers under windows 10 pro and have installed Papyrus Photon (4.0.0). I also installed the java component of papyrus:
but when i tried to generate code for my UML class diagram by right clicking on window and then selecting option( designer -> Generate code ) it showed pop-up that "this operation is not enabled"
and after this occurrence, when i again tried to select the option ( designer -> Generate code ), it was gone from the drop-down which i previously selected after right clicking the window.
I am currently learning Object Oriented And Analysis and i am using Eclipse photon for drawing Use Cases, class diagrams for scenarios and also using java component to generate code for class diagrams.
When I opened my model.di file, that i made in my university's lab, the eclipse photon committers on my laptop showed a window named " Repair stereotypes* " .The java code for the class diagram in that model.di file was generated normally in my university's lab. But in lab the computers were having eclipse Luna.
On the " Repair Stereotypes* " window it was written that:
"For each missing profile definition, select an action to correct the problem. Recommended actions are selected already."
2 Problems were displayed:
1- One Resource was having issue with profile -> "(java) - unknown schema"
count -> ""
2- Another Resource was having issue with Count -> "2 danging stereotypes".
After applying actions, it showed window saying, "Problem in Repairing Stereotypes -some actions cannot be completed"
The screen shots of above windows are in the attached file.
Any advice would be very helpful.
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