|Re: Weird error when importing package [message #1393239 is a reply to message #1391110]
||Thu, 03 July 2014 13:22
| Christian W. Damus
Registered: July 2009
This error message indicates an ill-formed XMI serialization in your
model, which evidently has a reference to a Property where a reference
to an object of some other (incompatible) metaclass is expected.
If you put a breakpoint in the IllegalValueException constructor,
you'll be able to see which EReference of which EObject in your model
has this problem, then you can fix it in the *.uml resource with a text
Out of curiosity, how was this UML model created? With which tool?
P.S. Eclipse uses the ".log" filename deliberately, so that is not a
bug. Perhaps this was intended to hide the log file from view on Mac
and Linux platforms, which works, but is redundant because the
..metadata/ folder itself is hidden in the same way ...
On 2014-06-30 13:07:22 +0000, Tomas Sandkvist said:
> When I try to import an otherwise apparently healthy package (my biiiig
> mother-model...) to a smaller new project for reuse of some objects, I
> get the error shown in the attached dialog in Luna (Papyrus build
> 1.0.0v201406111317), but not in the latest Eclipse build.
> I have had three of these so far, the first I could fix by deleting the
> the association that the problem seems to come from.
> The log file does not register any problems, which is weird (the log
> file is also unnamed, perhaps another issue?)
> IS this something known or should I log a bug in Bugzilla?
> Tomas Sandkvist
|Re: Weird error when importing package [message #1393677 is a reply to message #1393239]
||Fri, 04 July 2014 05:33
| Tomas Sandkvist
Registered: October 2013
I began work on this model (actually a SysML model, not UML) in the winter 2013/2014, so I guess my initial work is from the 0.92 release. I followed the upgrade cycle and have used the 0.10.2 (SR2b) release, with an additional fix done by Camille that ended up in a nightly build, up until the release of Papyrus 1.0.
I have gotten some weird dialogs from time to other, stating that my edit would violate the integrity of the model (the second time I tried the dialog was not shown), but I didn't relate that to anything but something that hopefully would change in version 1.0.
The import error does not occur in build 0.10.2v201403040623, but if I try to open the .uml file, the model does indicate the problem.
Setting a breakpoint in a constructor? I have not a faintest idea on how to do that (remember I'm no software guy). I'm afraid that is far beyond my current knowledge on Papyrus modeling and Eclipse, so I would need som MAJOR guidance (couldn't find any suitable information in the on-line help either) for that.
[EDIT] Perhaps I found the problem, by using the possibility to add markers in the .uml file and opening it in a text editor in Eclipse, I found that the errors where coming from where I had (mistakenly) applied the same profile while having that part of the model as a submodel, as already applied to the parent model. After removing all such instances, it appears as if I no longer receive the error.
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