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(no subject) [message #687407] Wed, 08 June 2011 05:38 Go to next message
Radu Babota is currently offline Radu BabotaFriend
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We are currently testing CDO features for future integration with our EMF based applications.

One thing we have stumbled upon is updating the models in the CDO package registry.
There are cases when we need to amend the model (like adding a new class or feature) and so far we could not figure out how to update it in case it was already registered.

Would be great if we could get some hints on the model update policy that we could follow further.

Thank you,
Radu.
Re: [CDO] Updating model in package registry after registration [message #687410 is a reply to message #687407] Wed, 08 June 2011 07:14 Go to previous message
Eike Stepper is currently offline Eike StepperFriend
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Am 08.06.2011 07:38, schrieb Radu Babota:
>
> We are currently testing CDO features for future integration with our EMF based applications.
>
> One thing we have stumbled upon is updating the models in the CDO package registry.
> There are cases when we need to amend the model (like adding a new class or feature) and so far we could not figure out how to update it in case it was already registered.
>
> Would be great if we could get some hints on the model update policy that we could follow further.
Sorry that I could not reply earlier (see my other answer). I'm too busy with the Indigo release preparations until tomorrow. If you write to me privately I can explain the status of the funding initiative for a CDO model evolution support.

Cheers
/Eike

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