|Re: Behavioral features ( state machine) support [message #986707 is a reply to message #986659]
||Wed, 21 November 2012 11:52
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
If you told me which of many possible tools, approaches and versions you
were using, I might be able to help.
It saves me (and you) a lot of tike if you prepare a small simple zipped
project that demonstrates your best attempt.
On 21/11/2012 10:15, Rihab Eltayeb wrote:
> Hi Ed and thank you for the clarifications,
> My understanding of ECore is that it provides a way to describe
> models. It also used for runtime support of models.
> The ECore concept is similar to MOF concept in UML ( particularly EMOF).
> You suggest to define PIMmeta:uml , PIMmeta is of type uml which is
> defined by uml.ecore.
> This is fine. I tried that in QVT before and it works.
> You were absolutely right, setup is needed, the question is how?
> Now I want to refer to A:PIMmeta , A is an instance of PIMmeta, I got
> an error that PIMmeta is unkown model type.
> I think the PIMmeta.uml have to be registered too. what do you think?
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