|Re: Web-Frontend for EMF models [message #609638]
||Tue, 04 September 2007 07:25
| Reinhold Bihler
Registered: July 2009
I added the eclipse.technology.emft group to the "to" list because
I found a message form Martin Taal that seems related to the topic:
@Martin Taal: Did you make any progess in the system mentioned
in that message?
> There's a student working for IBM Canada's Center for Advanced Studies who
> will be investigating WSDL -> Ecore and Ecore -> WSDL mapping analogous to
> what we have for XSD. I expect he'll submit a new component proposal in
> EMFT soon.
That really sounds promising. I don't know much about Eclipse/EMF
development procedures. Does component proposal mean there will
be a EMFT subproject soon?
In what timeframe one could expect first "public beta" code?
> I'm really not sure what's all needed for a web front end, but given that
> it's possible to model an EOperation and to specify its method body,
I don't understand this ... can you give me a link to where this is
explained in more detail?
Is this described somewhere in the EMF book? Are you talking
about specifying the method body with Java?
> I would imagine one could generate pretty much any API. What kinds of
> things do you need for a web front end?
I was thinking about an AJAX framework similar to the EMF.edit and
does the communication between the user and the server and updates
the model on the server according to user input and persists the model
(using Hibernat/Teneo) could be generated from an EMF model
(at least parts of it).
Does this make sense? Anybody with expierience in building a
web application using EMF?
> Reinhold Bihler wrote:
>> the EMF supports the generation of Java based frontends. Is there
>> similar support for web-frontends?
>> What would be your approach to create a web-frontend for an existing
>> EMF model?
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