|Re: ATL rule transform: output model format [message #83442 is a reply to message #83061]
||Mon, 02 June 2008 14:40
Originally posted by: min.kong.morganstanley.com|
What I meant by "output format" is the serialization form/language by
which the output is produced, as a result of an ATL rule transform.
My understanding is that, an ATL rule transform always produces the output
in XMI (while the output data/content can express/represent an UML model,
any model based on MOF, or models of other metamodel languages).
What I'm interested in, is getting an ATL rule transform output in a
non-XMI format. I am not sure if it is possible with ATL rules. I think
that an ATL rule transform always gives a file in XMI. Please confirm.
>Aamir Mehmood wrote:
> Min wrote:
>> Is XMI the *only* output model format supported by an ATL *rule transform*?
>> If not, what are the other available formats for the output model as a
>> result of a rule transform, and how does one configure these formats?
> Hi Min, I will also be eager to view other comments but at least i know
> that some other formats like .uml and .ecore and written in xmi file
> format. So xmi will be the underlaying language but the file formats are
> different. I wonder what else u mean by file formats !!!
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