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Multiple schema generation with different namespaces [message #1769223] Fri, 28 July 2017 03:04 Go to next message
Swapnil A is currently offline Swapnil AFriend
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I am working on a genuitec myeclipse to papyrus migration project.
Currently, we have model in myeclipse having multiple class diagrams which we use to generate multiple schemas which inturn are use to verify xml response file.
(shown in image part 1 and part2)

The classes can have different namespaces/packages which can be anything from the 5 namespaces/packages shown above in part 3 image.
The attributes can have any 'type' which is defined as a class in one of the namespace/packages.(shown in part4 image)
When we generate schema from the model - it generates 5 XSD files having same name as the namespaces/packages in part 3 image.

I am trying to recreate the same in Papyrus but I am not getting the classess to refer to different namespaces/packages which I have created - what am I missing?
Feel free to ask questions.
I am open to having a telephonic conversation also - if needed.

Any help or guidance is appreciated! Thanks!
All the images mentioned are attached and uploaded.

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[Updated on: Fri, 28 July 2017 03:05]

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Re: Multiple schema generation with different namespaces [message #1769417 is a reply to message #1769223] Mon, 31 July 2017 12:16 Go to previous message
Florian Noyrit is currently offline Florian NoyritFriend
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With Papyrus, you can create instances of Class in any Package you like to represent your Types.
Then on any Property of a Class, you can use the "Properties View" to specify the type of your Property.

You may be inspired by the screenshot attached.

Hope this helps.

Best regards.

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