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some OCL questions [message #617945] Tue, 29 April 2008 09:38
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Originally posted by: Kai.Boettcher.fokus.fraunhofer.de

Hi,
I am working with the org.eclipse.emf.ocl plugin (version 1.1.1) and got
some
questions that i coudn't answer by myself.

First of all, is there any method or framework to fire an ocl query to an
entire model ?
I have a Metamodel and an instance of this Metamodel in different Resource
objects,
and it would be great to pass these models to the ocl along with a query (or
maybe a
collection of queries) so that i don't have to bother with finding the
correct context object
which causes me a lot of trouble in the past (I don't have generated classes
for my model,
i have to work completly dynamic - i feel this makes things a little bit
harder :) ).
Or do i have to implement such a functionality by myself ?

Second, are there any good tutorials or code snippets or something like this
that covers
working with the ocl plugin in greater detail, especially for the UML
Metamodel binding
and working with dynamically created models ?
I couldn't find anything useful, neither on eclipse.org nor using Google to
search the web.
The Library examples are good to get an overview, but i feel that i need to
dig much deeper
into that matter.

P.S.: Please be patient with my english, its not my native language :) - if
you didn't understand
something just ask and i will try to explain it in more detail.

With best regards
Kai Boettcher
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