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How to serialize the object [message #1805223] Wed, 10 April 2019 08:54 Go to next message
Sharmila D is currently offline Sharmila DFriend
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I am having sirius and xtext editor. Any change from the sirius diagram not reflecting in xtext editor. i am getting exception like java.lang.RuntimeException: Could not serialize EObject via backtracking. .then i checked is transient value ,it is returning true. i tried to change the value by extending the class DefaultTransientValueService but it is giving exceptions. can any one help me how to serialize the objects.
Re: How to serialize the object [message #1805241 is a reply to message #1805223] Wed, 10 April 2019 09:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Christian Dietrich is currently offline Christian DietrichFriend
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Please provide a minimal metamodel, grammar and unit test

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Re: How to serialize the object [message #1806064 is a reply to message #1805223] Thu, 02 May 2019 04:00 Go to previous message
Naveen R is currently offline Naveen RFriend
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The problem is most likely the one described here:

As far as I understood it, the parser in the current code tries to serialize an empty element.
Usually the element is created implicitly on the first access to a member . But since there is no such elements, the EMF object itself is also not created.
will explicitly create the EMF object at the beginning of serializing the rule and therefore it is then present and the serializer is happy :).

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