|Unable to set a viewpoint based on table on existing project [message #1412126]
||Mon, 25 August 2014 10:54
Registered: February 2013
I'm trying to modify an existing project using Sirius to enable graphical feature and to make it more user friendly.
I encounter a problem trying to create a viewpoint based on table.
The table (rows and columns) are always empty.
In fact, a viewpoint based on diagram works well!
I don't know what could be the difference between the two of them...
Thanks for your help
[Updated on: Mon, 25 August 2014 11:25]
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|Re: Unable to set a viewpoint based on table on existing project [message #1413285 is a reply to message #1413275]
||Thu, 28 August 2014 07:56
|| Laurent Redor
Registered: July 2009
Le 28/08/2014 09:33, Miguel Dalcampo a écrit :|
> Laurent, in response to your questions:
> My table is an edition table in which I defined only a row and a column
> at the moment, but more columns will be added.
> The table remains empty at runtime, that's why I said that "the other
> doesn't work" :roll:
> In parallel, I defined an other representation (a diagram with only a
> node and a style). The nodes appear at runtime.
> The provided tutorials are based on diagram, so it is easier to make it
> Have you got examples for the others representations?
You can get an example of table at EcoreTools  that is based on
Sirius. This is an Eclipse open source project too.
The VSM is here .
> Despite my problem, I am still thinking that Sirius is a great tool.
> Congratulations to make it available in open source. :o
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