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Restrict the sharing of a Editingdomain to a Project [message #502109] Sat, 05 December 2009 20:03 Go to next message
Muba  is currently offline Muba Friend
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Registered: November 2009
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Hi,

I succeeded in sharing a editingdomain (using the
TransactionalEditingDomain Registry). I can access my domain from
anywhere by using the Editingdomain-ID which I specified in the extension.

But how can I restrict the sharing to a project? Currently I can create
several projects where I create my diagrams and all use the same
Editingdomain/ResourceSet.

Right now it does not really affect my application, but I guess the
current behaviour is not that good. Especially since I expect a lot of
files per project, ones my application is finished.

Has anyone any ideas on how to solve this?

Muba
Re: Restrict the sharing of a Editingdomain to a Project [message #502132 is a reply to message #502109] Sun, 06 December 2009 11:42 Go to previous message
Muba  is currently offline Muba Friend
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Muba schrieb:
> Right now it does not really affect my application,

I was wrong. It does affect my application. An element in my diagram A
which is in Project 1 can reference an element in diagram B which is in
Project 2.

Thats some major problem for me :(.
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