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[QVTo] How to correctly reference other qvto files in an import [message #627086] Wed, 22 September 2010 20:31 Go to next message
Simon harrer is currently offline Simon harrerFriend
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I have the following file with path: /qvto/toBPEL/PM_to_BPEL.qvto
import qvto.toBPEL.bpel.BPELLib;


The imported file exists at /qvto/toBPEL/bpel/BPELLib.qvto

However, the system throws an exception that the imported file cannot be found.

I run this standalone using java and it worked before as every file was inside the same directory.

Also, the qvto editor states NO error.

So, how to reference the other qvto library correctly?
Re: [QVTo] How to correctly reference other qvto files in an import [message #627841 is a reply to message #627086] Thu, 23 September 2010 06:14 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: dhendriksREMOVE_THIS.tueREMOVE.THIS.nl

Hello Simon,

does the transformation run from within Eclipse without errors?

Not sure it would help, but you could try:

import toBPEL.bpel.BPELLib;

and

import bpel.BPELLib;

Dennis


Simon harrer wrote:
> I have the following file with path: /qvto/toBPEL/PM_to_BPEL.qvto
>
> import qvto.toBPEL.bpel.BPELLib;
>
>
> The imported file exists at /qvto/toBPEL/bpel/BPELLib.qvto
>
> However, the system throws an exception that the imported file cannot be
> found.
> I run this standalone using java and it worked before as every file was
> inside the same directory.
> Also, the qvto editor states NO error.
> So, how to reference the other qvto library correctly?
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