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ATL: reserved keyword name clash [message #82701] Thu, 29 May 2008 19:02 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: min.kong.morganstanley.com

Hi,

In my input metamodel called "model", I have oclTypes with names:
"Integer", "Boolean", "String".

In a rule that I want to execute, I have, for instance:

if (self.oclIsKindOf(model!Integer))....
^^^^^^^^^^^^^
This line is invalid, because ATL doesn't consider modx!Integer a valid
oclType NAME, as "Integer" is a reserved keyword.

How should one get around problem like this, where in a metamodel, some
oclType names clash with ATL reserved keywords?


Thanks,
Min
Re: ATL: reserved keyword name clash [message #82802 is a reply to message #82701] Fri, 30 May 2008 07:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: r.c.ladan.tue.nl

Min wrote:
> Hi,
>
> In my input metamodel called "model", I have oclTypes with names:
> "Integer", "Boolean", "String".
>
> In a rule that I want to execute, I have, for instance:
>
> if (self.oclIsKindOf(model!Integer))....
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> This line is invalid, because ATL doesn't consider modx!Integer a valid
> oclType NAME, as "Integer" is a reserved keyword.
>
> How should one get around problem like this, where in a metamodel, some
> oclType names clash with ATL reserved keywords?
>
The easiest solution would be to change the metamodel, if that is possible.

Rene
Re: ATL: reserved keyword name clash [message #82851 is a reply to message #82802] Fri, 30 May 2008 08:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
William Piers is currently offline William PiersFriend
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Senior Member
Hello,

There is another workaround you can try :
model!"Integer" instead of model!Integer

Regards,

William

Rene Ladan a écrit :
> Min wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> In my input metamodel called "model", I have oclTypes with names:
>> "Integer", "Boolean", "String".
>>
>> In a rule that I want to execute, I have, for instance:
>>
>> if (self.oclIsKindOf(model!Integer))....
>> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>> This line is invalid, because ATL doesn't consider modx!Integer a
>> valid oclType NAME, as "Integer" is a reserved keyword.
>>
>> How should one get around problem like this, where in a metamodel,
>> some oclType names clash with ATL reserved keywords?
>>
> The easiest solution would be to change the metamodel, if that is possible.
>
> Rene
Re: ATL: reserved keyword name clash [message #82971 is a reply to message #82851] Fri, 30 May 2008 14:14 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: min.kong.morganstanley.com

Double-quote works. Thanks!
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