|Re: Ecore design and derived EReference [message #1174547 is a reply to message #1173618]
||Thu, 07 November 2013 06:53
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
Yes, that seems reasonable, but be a little careful how you implement
it, i.e., don't just return getResource().getGlobalParameters(), but
rather look at how
the list it returns. Alternatively you could provide an EOperation that
provides the same API and in that case you could just return the
resources's actual list (though you might still want to return a
read-only wrapper of it).
On 06/11/2013 6:57 PM, Pascal Gula wrote:
> I am working on a model with a simplified version in the picture attached.
> Basically, a resource (which will be chained in the final model) is defining a number of global parameters and several methods. Each methods are also defining their own parameters, but in addition to that, the methods should be able to use the global parameters defined by the (future top level) resource.
> Like shown in the diagram, is it possible and the best design decision to create a derived EReference for the global parameters that will be automatically computed to be the one defined by the top level resource?
> Thanks and have a nice evening,
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