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generate xmi code [message #639465] Tue, 16 November 2010 16:44 Go to next message
Phillipp W is currently offline Phillipp WFriend
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Hi,

i need to transform a sourcemodel (a domain specific language based on an ecore meta model) into a testmodel. the testmodel is an activity diagram for example. the tool which displays the diagram imports files from xmi. so i have to generate the xmi file. is there any tool, framework etc. available which generates the xmi file? the testmodel is very complex (the example model have at least 20000 lines of code when i export it to xmi)

thanks in advanced and excuse my bad english pls Smile
Phillipp

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Re: generate cmi code [message #639500 is a reply to message #639465] Tue, 16 November 2010 18:41 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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Phillipp,

Generally you should expect to have a model for the xmi you're wanting
to produce. Is that the case? I mention this because XMI isn't
something you generally generate but rather is a serialization format
for the instances of some model...


Phillipp W wrote:
> Hi,
>
> i need to transform a sourcemodel (a domain specific language based on
> an ecore meta model) into a testmodel. the testmodel is an activity
> diagram for example. the tool which displays the diagram imports files
> from xmi. so i have to generate the xmi file. is there any tool,
> framework etc. available which generates the xmi file? the testmodel
> is very complex (the example model have at least 20000 lines of code
> when i export it to xmi)
>
> thanks in advanced and excuse my bad english pls :)
> Phillipp
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