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Resolve JvmOperation [message #897199] Mon, 23 July 2012 06:51
Goran M. is currently offline Goran M.Friend
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Hi all,

I got a question regarding scoping and resolving proxies. In my grammer I use java objects. Here is a snippet:

	'import' importedNamespace=QualifiedNameWithWildCard 'as' name=ValidID;

	'create' importAlias=[Import] '.' javaType=[jvmTypes::JvmType|QualifiedName] 'as' name=Variable;
	'call' name=[Create|Variable] '.' method=MethodCall;

	{MethodCall} method=[jvmTypes::JvmOperation|ValidID] '(' (params+=ExtParameterList)* (',' (params+=ExtParameterList))*
	('.' => nextCall=MethodCall)?;

With this grammar a syntax like the following is possible:

import org.servic.* as service
create service.Customers as $customers
call $customers.getAllCustomers().get(0).getName()

getAllCustomers returns a List<Customer>. I wrote a custom scope provider and I managed to get all JvmOperations when hitting CTRL+SPACE after $customers. Works fine! But somehow the other proposals after getAllCustomers() or after get() don't work. After debuggung I can see, that the method in MethodCall is always a proxy like.

org.eclipse.xtext.common.types.impl.JvmOperationImpl@21967775 (eProxyURI: platform:/resource/AXA/Tarif/PHV/Service/GetQuote/request.bsf#xtextLink_::

But how can I resolve such a proxy? I even got problems to get the proxy-uri out of the object as I cannot find an appropriate method.

Can anybody help me out?


P.S.: Besides the question above. I realized that in the scope provider the objects are slightly different when hitting CTRL+SPACE compared to the objects after changing the script and saving it. Can anybody explain me why?

[Updated on: Mon, 23 July 2012 07:23]

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