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Load a Papyrus ModelSet programmatically [message #1767721] Mon, 10 July 2017 10:21 Go to next message
Marc-Florian Wendland is currently offline Marc-Florian WendlandFriend
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Registered: January 2013
Hi guys,

I am currently trying to write some smoke tests for transformations as JUnit Plugin tests. Therfore I need to load a Papyrus model programmatically in the same way (as if it would have been started via the UI.

The transformation is based on EMF transaction, so a transactional editing domain is required. However, even if I load all the three resources (.di, .notation. uml) into a resource set, there is no transactional editing domain set.

I am pretty sure I once found a loading facility in the Papyrus code base, that allowed me to simply add a URI and the properly loaded resource set with transactional rediting domain.

Would somebody please adivse me how to properly load the entire Papyrus ModelSet programmatically?!

Thanks a lot in advance,
Re: Load a Papyrus ModelSet programmatically [message #1767728 is a reply to message #1767721] Mon, 10 July 2017 12:01 Go to previous message
Camille Letavernier is currently offline Camille LetavernierFriend
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Registered: February 2011
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Hi Marc-Florian,

In JUnit tests, you can use the @Rules provided in the Papyrus JUnit Utils plug-in, e.g.:

	public final ModelSetFixture modelSet = new ModelSetFixture();

	public void test() {
		ModelSet ms = modelSet.getModelSet();

Check the Javadoc of org.eclipse.papyrus.junit.utils.rules.AbstractModelFixture<T> for more details.

If you don't want to reuse the complete rule, you can reuse the implementation from these methods:



Camille Letavernier
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