|Re: Why code shows class as interface [message #1240923 is a reply to message #1233798]
||Fri, 07 February 2014 08:30
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
I've been away on vacation until today...
If you see
* @model interface="true" abstract="true"
in your generated model's interface, it must be the case that your Ecore
model for Grocerylist has those properties set that way.
As Cedric suggests, you should always expect to see both a generated
interface and a generated implementation class (unless you suppress that
behavior, which is not generally such a good idea and certainly won't
allow you to model multiple inheritance)...
On 20/01/2014 3:07 PM, Byron Coughlin wrote:
> As I am new to this forum not sure if this question belongs here.
> Thought it would be a relatively easy question that would get a quick
> response. If more information is needed let me know.
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