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[ATL] How to trace the ATL rules [message #82912] Fri, 30 May 2008 12:19 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: ax004t.hotmail.com

I assume that if the target model is empty (no output for the target
model, just shows some simple XML), it's mean the translation rules is
incorrect.

I know that if i remove the problem rules, the ATL file can generate some
outputs. However, i really would like to know what wrong with that rules,
or what parts of the rules cause a problem.

So, is that possible to trace the ATL file and see what outputs are
generated step by step ?

Thank you very much.
Re: [ATL] How to trace the ATL rules [message #82927 is a reply to message #82912] Fri, 30 May 2008 13:10 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: r.c.ladan.tue.nl

A. Xing Yuo wrote:
>
> I assume that if the target model is empty (no output for the target
> model, just shows some simple XML), it's mean the translation rules is
> incorrect.
> I know that if i remove the problem rules, the ATL file can generate
> some outputs. However, i really would like to know what wrong with that
> rules, or what parts of the rules cause a problem.
> So, is that possible to trace the ATL file and see what outputs are
> generated step by step ?

It should be possible if you have the source ATL file(s). Chapter 5 of the ATL
manual (version 0.7) explains how to do this. The short story is to switch to
the Debug View.

Rene
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