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How to import RIF or export to RIF [message #1320248] Mon, 28 April 2014 17:30 Go to next message
becks m is currently offline becks mFriend
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Hi,

I knew that RIF isn't supported in Pror editor.

but it is supported in the model itself.

Now How can I use it ?


is there any APIs to export my model to RIF ?



another thing ...

How to run the model tests If i loaded the project into eclipse?

[Updated on: Mon, 28 April 2014 17:47]

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Re: How to import RIF or export to RIF [message #1320351 is a reply to message #1320248] Mon, 28 April 2014 18:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michael Jastram is currently offline Michael JastramFriend
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Hi Beck,

> Now How can I use it ?

Check out the code: http://git.eclipse.org/c/rmf/org.eclipse.rmf.git/tree/?h=develop

There are packages in the following two namespaces:

org.eclipse.rmf.rif11
org.eclipse.rmf.rif12


These contain the relevant code. But be warned, this code has not been touched in years.

> How to run the model tests If i loaded the project into eclipse?

From Eclipse, all test should run via Run As... | JUnit test (very few need to be run as Plugin Tests).

Good luck,

- Michael
Re: How to import RIF or export to RIF [message #1429572 is a reply to message #1320351] Tue, 23 September 2014 12:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ben H is currently offline Ben HFriend
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Michael Jastram wrote on Mon, 28 April 2014 14:52
Hi Beck,

Check out the code: http://git.eclipse.org/c/rmf/org.eclipse.rmf.git/tree/?h=develop

There are packages in the following two namespaces:

org.eclipse.rmf.rif11
org.eclipse.rmf.rif12


...

Good luck,

- Michael


Hi Michael,

those packages seem not exist anymore.
If there a way to load old RIF files via RMF?

I cannot find a RifPackage in the rmf jars. Was the support for RIF completely removed?

Sadly there is no chance in using ReqIF here.

best regards,
Ben

[Updated on: Tue, 23 September 2014 12:23]

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Re: How to import RIF or export to RIF [message #1429585 is a reply to message #1429572] Tue, 23 September 2014 12:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michael Jastram is currently offline Michael JastramFriend
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Hello Beck,

> those packages seem not exist anymore.

True, we recently removed them with the latest release. When I wrote this, they were still there Smile. They can still be retrieved by checking out an older version.

> If there a way to load old RIF files via RMF?

Not right now. It should not be too difficult to write a converter, but we don't have this on our roadmap. If it's an option you could pay someone (including us) to develop a converter. If this is of interest to you, then please contact me via http://www.formalmind.com/contact

> Sadly there is no chance in using ReqIF here.

If you are allowed to tell, I'd be very curious why. I am active in the ProSTEP ReqIF implementor forum, where many tool vendors and users are present. There is only one user in that group who still uses RIF for legacy reasons.

Best,

- Michael


Re: How to import RIF or export to RIF [message #1429621 is a reply to message #1429585] Tue, 23 September 2014 13:39 Go to previous message
Ben H is currently offline Ben HFriend
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Hey MIchael,

thanks for the quick answer.
I am not allowed to tell, but i can tell you, we only get rif11 format -.-
I am just trying around a bit by myself, using some ecore models i found on github Smile
And I thought this would be a quick hack Razz

best regards,
Ben
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