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Handling of very large model instances using Teneo [message #608625] Tue, 03 July 2007 06:49
Robert Enyedi is currently offline Robert EnyediFriend
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Registered: July 2009

This is a question that I already asked in the EMF newsgroup, but I
would like to know what the advantages of Teneo are for this scenario
compared to XMI serialization.

I'm investigating EMF's ability to deal with very large model instances
which as a whole might not fit in the memory.

My usage scenario is similar to this one: Container (1) -> (*) Component
(one container holding many components). I have only one container. A
small number of components do fit in the memory, however the container
with all its components might not. A crucial thing is that the
components can have cross references among themselves.

It has been confirmed that for XMI serialization I can make use of the
org.eclipse.emf.ecore.resource.Resource class and save the components in
separate XMI files. The container can also be saved to a separate XMI
file by using non-containment references to its components.

Can I do the same model instance split with Teneo? Further more, is EMFT
Teneo of any help in managing the in-memory objects or should I make use
of a caching library instead?

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