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technology for persistence on a new project? [message #892715] Fri, 29 June 2012 10:36 Go to next message
B Simpson is currently offline B SimpsonFriend
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hello,
i'd like to know your opinion on what's better for a brand new project. whether EMF, or UML2. and how to generate code out of the diagram? using which tool?
thanks.
Re: technology for persistence on a new project? [message #892836 is a reply to message #892715] Sat, 30 June 2012 07:20 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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COmments below.

On 29/06/2012 12:36 PM, B Simpson wrote:
> hello,
> i'd like to know your opinion on what's better for a brand new
> project. whether EMF, or UML2.
A question more of Ecore verses UML2.
> and how to generate code out of the diagram?
Which kind of diagram. UML2 supports an importer to convert UML2 to
Ecore and from that you can generate code that uses the EMF runtime.

I'm not sure if Papyrus supports direct code generation from UML2 itself...

You're most likely better relying on Ecore's code generator, especially
if you want to support things like XMI serialization...
> using which tool?
You can either work with Ecore Tools for class diagramming or use Paypyrus.
> thanks.
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