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[CDO] gmf in combination with cdo [message #468463] Wed, 05 August 2009 15:34 Go to next message
RefuX Zanzeebarr is currently offline RefuX ZanzeebarrFriend
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I found this old thread on CDO and GMF:
http://dev.eclipse.org/newslists/news.eclipse.tools.emf/msg3 3343.html

The last comment was from Eike: "If you want me to participate in the
evaluation of a GMF integration it would be cool if you provide me with
a small working GMF application *without* CDO support so that I can play
with it."

This was from 22 July 2008. So here we are over a year later :)
I am wondering what is the current status of GMF and CDO?
Re: [CDO] gmf in combination with cdo [message #468465 is a reply to message #468463] Wed, 05 August 2009 15:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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Eike is in Stockholm for a week so he will be slow to answer. He was
telling me just the other day that there's good progress and sent me
this link showing GMF and CDO working together

http://www.mftech.org/14_Dawn_and_CDO.htm


RefuX wrote:
> I found this old thread on CDO and GMF:
> http://dev.eclipse.org/newslists/news.eclipse.tools.emf/msg3 3343.html
>
> The last comment was from Eike: "If you want me to participate in the
> evaluation of a GMF integration it would be cool if you provide me
> with a small working GMF application *without* CDO support so that I
> can play with it."
>
> This was from 22 July 2008. So here we are over a year later :)
> I am wondering what is the current status of GMF and CDO?

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Eike is in Stockholm for a week so he will be slow to answer.&nbsp; He was
telling me just the other day that there's good progress and sent me
this link showing GMF and CDO working together<br>
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RefuX wrote:
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found this old thread on CDO and GMF:
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The last comment was from Eike: "If you want me to participate in the
evaluation of a GMF integration it would be cool if you provide me with
a small working GMF application *without* CDO support so that I can
play with it."
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I am wondering what is the current status of GMF and CDO?
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Re: [CDO] gmf in combination with cdo [message #468483 is a reply to message #468465] Wed, 05 August 2009 16:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
RefuX Zanzeebarr is currently offline RefuX ZanzeebarrFriend
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Very impressive! I am creating a GMF tool for a client and I know it's
just a matter of time until they want multi-user modeling.

I just listened to the podcast with you and Eike talking about CDO. At
the end the topic of funding and free lunches came up, I think when it
comes time to look seriously at using GMF and CDO I will push hard for
my client to help a little, maybe contract Eike for a week :)

Ed Merks wrote:
> Eike is in Stockholm for a week so he will be slow to answer. He was
> telling me just the other day that there's good progress and sent me
> this link showing GMF and CDO working together
>
> http://www.mftech.org/14_Dawn_and_CDO.htm
>
>
> RefuX wrote:
>> I found this old thread on CDO and GMF:
>> http://dev.eclipse.org/newslists/news.eclipse.tools.emf/msg3 3343.html
>>
>> The last comment was from Eike: "If you want me to participate in the
>> evaluation of a GMF integration it would be cool if you provide me
>> with a small working GMF application *without* CDO support so that I
>> can play with it."
>>
>> This was from 22 July 2008. So here we are over a year later :)
>> I am wondering what is the current status of GMF and CDO?
Re: [CDO] gmf in combination with cdo [message #478230 is a reply to message #468483] Thu, 06 August 2009 08:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Victor Roldan Betancort is currently offline Victor Roldan BetancortFriend
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ReFuX,

I've spend some effort in making our GMF diagrams work properly with
CDO. I can say it was successful, but there are still some things to
improve.

You might find an example in our repositories, although I'm not sure if
its currently working since 3.0 began. Otherwise, you might take
maintenance 2.0 branch and see it working. You just need to fetch the
example models from CVS, there you might also find a test GMF diagram we
created for demonstration purpose.

To make it work, you should use CDO Common Navigator integration. You
just need to create an empty project, and then right click -> team ->
share project -> CDO. Then you need to introduce your server URL and the
repository name. That should work.

The Common Navigator integration lets you play a bit with CDO, explore
registered packages in the server, create CDOResourceFolders and
CDOResources. Once you've created a CDOResource, you just need to right
click on it and execute the "initialize diagram..." action.

Let us know if it worked for you :)

Cheers,
Víctor.

RefuX escribió:
> Very impressive! I am creating a GMF tool for a client and I know it's
> just a matter of time until they want multi-user modeling.
>
> I just listened to the podcast with you and Eike talking about CDO. At
> the end the topic of funding and free lunches came up, I think when it
> comes time to look seriously at using GMF and CDO I will push hard for
> my client to help a little, maybe contract Eike for a week :)
>
> Ed Merks wrote:
>> Eike is in Stockholm for a week so he will be slow to answer. He was
>> telling me just the other day that there's good progress and sent me
>> this link showing GMF and CDO working together
>>
>> http://www.mftech.org/14_Dawn_and_CDO.htm
>>
>>
>> RefuX wrote:
>>> I found this old thread on CDO and GMF:
>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/newslists/news.eclipse.tools.emf/msg3 3343.html
>>>
>>> The last comment was from Eike: "If you want me to participate in the
>>> evaluation of a GMF integration it would be cool if you provide me
>>> with a small working GMF application *without* CDO support so that I
>>> can play with it."
>>>
>>> This was from 22 July 2008. So here we are over a year later :)
>>> I am wondering what is the current status of GMF and CDO?
Re: [CDO] gmf in combination with cdo [message #478818 is a reply to message #468483] Fri, 07 August 2009 06:37 Go to previous message
Martin Fluegge is currently offline Martin FlueggeFriend
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Hi,

I am the author of "Dawn" (the implementation behind the screencast),
which was actually my diploma-thesis.

Dawn was designed as web-based, collaboration platform for GMF-Editors
which includes conflict-handling, locking mechanisms, access control and
a WebViewer which allows viewing (and soon editing) GMF-diagrams in a
web-browser.

Eike and I are currently working on coupling CDO and Dawn which works
very well, as you could see in the screencast ;).

If you are interested in what Dawn can do (and will do in combination
with CDO) check out the projects homepage:

http://www.mftech.org/dawn/

If you like to see Dawn in action check out the screencasts section

http://www.mftech.org/dawn/screencasts.html

This section is some sort of Screencast-diary which shows the different
steps in developing Dawn. So I suggest starting from the end to see the
latest (and most interesting features) features.

For any questions, drop me a mail :)

Cheers,

Martin

btw.: I am on holiday from 8th August - 17th August and I am not sure
whether I will find Internet access. So sorry in advance for any delayed
answer.


RefuX schrieb:
> Very impressive! I am creating a GMF tool for a client and I know it's
> just a matter of time until they want multi-user modeling.
>
> I just listened to the podcast with you and Eike talking about CDO. At
> the end the topic of funding and free lunches came up, I think when it
> comes time to look seriously at using GMF and CDO I will push hard for
> my client to help a little, maybe contract Eike for a week :)
>
> Ed Merks wrote:
>> Eike is in Stockholm for a week so he will be slow to answer. He was
>> telling me just the other day that there's good progress and sent me
>> this link showing GMF and CDO working together
>>
>> http://www.mftech.org/14_Dawn_and_CDO.htm
>>
>>
>> RefuX wrote:
>>> I found this old thread on CDO and GMF:
>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/newslists/news.eclipse.tools.emf/msg3 3343.html
>>>
>>> The last comment was from Eike: "If you want me to participate in the
>>> evaluation of a GMF integration it would be cool if you provide me
>>> with a small working GMF application *without* CDO support so that I
>>> can play with it."
>>>
>>> This was from 22 July 2008. So here we are over a year later :)
>>> I am wondering what is the current status of GMF and CDO?
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