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A diagram of XMI [message #1424044] Mon, 15 September 2014 11:24 Go to next message
Jose Texier is currently offline Jose TexierFriend
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Hello.

I have a XMI and I wish to see it graphically, ie, seeing it as a diagram, similar to a UML diagram, I can do so automatic in eclipse?

Jose
Re: A diagram of XMI [message #1424550 is a reply to message #1424044] Tue, 16 September 2014 05:23 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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Jose,

This question is not related to the XML Schema API provided by the XSD
project. Perhaps you meant to post this on eclipse.tools.emf. In any
case, there isn't a generic visualization of arbitrary models although
that would be kind of cool. You could either build one for a specific
model using GMF or Graphiti, or you could transform/map you instance to
UML or to Ecore and use UML's or Ecore's graphical editor to visualize
that. For example, *.xsd instances can be transformed to *.ecore
instances, and using the Ecore Tools graphical editor, you can visualize
the *.ecore instances.


On 15/09/2014 1:24 PM, Jose Texier wrote:
> Hello.
> I have a XMI and I wish to see it graphically, ie, seeing it as a
> diagram, similar to a UML diagram, I can do so automatic in eclipse?
>
> Jose
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