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problem installing ocl [message #27149] Mon, 06 March 2006 14:00 Go to next message
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Hi,
My versions:
eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.

When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no errors.

What am I overlooking?

Thanks,
- C
Re: problem installing ocl [message #27188 is a reply to message #27149] Mon, 06 March 2006 14:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: cdamus.ca.ibm.com

Hi, Christopher,

The OCL examples are manifest only in the editor and context menus for the
EXTLibrary Example Editor. In the "File -> New -> Other..." dialog, choose
"Example EMF Model Creation Wizards / EXTLibrary Model". The Library is
the most useful root element to choose.

In this editor, you will see various OCL actions in the menus, depending on
how many of the EMFT components you have installed.

HTH,

Christian


Christopher Gibblin wrote:

> Hi,
> My versions:
> eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
> emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
> ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
> antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.
>
> When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
> evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
> does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no errors.
>
> What am I overlooking?
>
> Thanks,
> - C
Re: problem installing ocl [message #27226 is a reply to message #27188] Mon, 06 March 2006 14:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Messages: 121
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Christian,
I still have a problem.

When I do "File -> New -> Other -> Example EMF Model Creation Wizards",
"EXTLibrary Model" does not appear as an option, rather only the usual
EMF creation wizards (eg, "Ecore model") appear. This suggests to me
that OCL is not properly installed, however, Eclipse -> Help -> Plugins
shows "Eclipse Modeling Framework Technology OCL Interpreter". And as I
mentioned, there are no errors in the Eclipse log.

There must be something fundamental about installing plugins into
Eclipse 3.2 which I am missing. I unzipped the plugins onto my eclipse
directory, seeing as the plugin contents have relative paths beginning
with "eclipse".

Thanks,
-C

Christian W. Damus wrote:
> Hi, Christopher,
>
> The OCL examples are manifest only in the editor and context menus for the
> EXTLibrary Example Editor. In the "File -> New -> Other..." dialog, choose
> "Example EMF Model Creation Wizards / EXTLibrary Model". The Library is
> the most useful root element to choose.
>
> In this editor, you will see various OCL actions in the menus, depending on
> how many of the EMFT components you have installed.
>
> HTH,
>
> Christian
>
>
> Christopher Gibblin wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> My versions:
>> eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
>> emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
>> ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
>> antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.
>>
>> When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
>> evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
>> does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no errors.
>>
>> What am I overlooking?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> - C
>
Re: problem installing ocl [message #27263 is a reply to message #27226] Mon, 06 March 2006 14:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

Christopher,

Did you install the EMF examples feature? It's a separate download from
the SDK feature...


Christopher Gibblin wrote:

> Hi Christian,
> I still have a problem.
>
> When I do "File -> New -> Other -> Example EMF Model Creation
> Wizards", "EXTLibrary Model" does not appear as an option, rather
> only the usual EMF creation wizards (eg, "Ecore model") appear. This
> suggests to me that OCL is not properly installed, however, Eclipse
> -> Help -> Plugins shows "Eclipse Modeling Framework Technology OCL
> Interpreter". And as I mentioned, there are no errors in the Eclipse
> log.
>
> There must be something fundamental about installing plugins into
> Eclipse 3.2 which I am missing. I unzipped the plugins onto my eclipse
> directory, seeing as the plugin contents have relative paths beginning
> with "eclipse".
>
> Thanks,
> -C
>
> Christian W. Damus wrote:
>
>> Hi, Christopher,
>>
>> The OCL examples are manifest only in the editor and context menus
>> for the
>> EXTLibrary Example Editor. In the "File -> New -> Other..." dialog,
>> choose
>> "Example EMF Model Creation Wizards / EXTLibrary Model". The Library is
>> the most useful root element to choose.
>>
>> In this editor, you will see various OCL actions in the menus,
>> depending on
>> how many of the EMFT components you have installed.
>>
>> HTH,
>>
>> Christian
>>
>>
>> Christopher Gibblin wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>> My versions:
>>> eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
>>> emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
>>> ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
>>> antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.
>>>
>>> When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
>>> evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
>>> does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no
>>> errors.
>>>
>>> What am I overlooking?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> - C
>>
>>
Re: problem installing ocl [message #27298 is a reply to message #27263] Mon, 06 March 2006 16:53 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
Messages: 121
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed,
Thanks. That did it.

I guess my config was ok in the first place. I had just expected to see
something the interactive OCL console as a view in Window->Show View.

Installing the EMF samples gave me the opportunity to see the available
OCL actions.

Thanks, chris


Ed Merks wrote:
> Christopher,
>
> Did you install the EMF examples feature? It's a separate download from
> the SDK feature...
>
>
> Christopher Gibblin wrote:
>
>> Hi Christian,
>> I still have a problem.
>>
>> When I do "File -> New -> Other -> Example EMF Model Creation
>> Wizards", "EXTLibrary Model" does not appear as an option, rather
>> only the usual EMF creation wizards (eg, "Ecore model") appear. This
>> suggests to me that OCL is not properly installed, however, Eclipse
>> -> Help -> Plugins shows "Eclipse Modeling Framework Technology OCL
>> Interpreter". And as I mentioned, there are no errors in the Eclipse
>> log.
>>
>> There must be something fundamental about installing plugins into
>> Eclipse 3.2 which I am missing. I unzipped the plugins onto my eclipse
>> directory, seeing as the plugin contents have relative paths beginning
>> with "eclipse".
>>
>> Thanks,
>> -C
>>
>> Christian W. Damus wrote:
>>
>>> Hi, Christopher,
>>>
>>> The OCL examples are manifest only in the editor and context menus
>>> for the
>>> EXTLibrary Example Editor. In the "File -> New -> Other..." dialog,
>>> choose
>>> "Example EMF Model Creation Wizards / EXTLibrary Model". The Library is
>>> the most useful root element to choose.
>>>
>>> In this editor, you will see various OCL actions in the menus,
>>> depending on
>>> how many of the EMFT components you have installed.
>>>
>>> HTH,
>>>
>>> Christian
>>>
>>>
>>> Christopher Gibblin wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>> My versions:
>>>> eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
>>>> emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
>>>> ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
>>>> antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.
>>>>
>>>> When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
>>>> evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
>>>> does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no
>>>> errors.
>>>>
>>>> What am I overlooking?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> - C
>>>
>>>
Re: problem installing ocl [message #571399 is a reply to message #27149] Mon, 06 March 2006 14:13 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: cdamus.ca.ibm.com

Hi, Christopher,

The OCL examples are manifest only in the editor and context menus for the
EXTLibrary Example Editor. In the "File -> New -> Other..." dialog, choose
"Example EMF Model Creation Wizards / EXTLibrary Model". The Library is
the most useful root element to choose.

In this editor, you will see various OCL actions in the menus, depending on
how many of the EMFT components you have installed.

HTH,

Christian


Christopher Gibblin wrote:

> Hi,
> My versions:
> eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
> emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
> ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
> antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.
>
> When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
> evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
> does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no errors.
>
> What am I overlooking?
>
> Thanks,
> - C
Re: problem installing ocl [message #571430 is a reply to message #27188] Mon, 06 March 2006 14:28 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
Messages: 121
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Christian,
I still have a problem.

When I do "File -> New -> Other -> Example EMF Model Creation Wizards",
"EXTLibrary Model" does not appear as an option, rather only the usual
EMF creation wizards (eg, "Ecore model") appear. This suggests to me
that OCL is not properly installed, however, Eclipse -> Help -> Plugins
shows "Eclipse Modeling Framework Technology OCL Interpreter". And as I
mentioned, there are no errors in the Eclipse log.

There must be something fundamental about installing plugins into
Eclipse 3.2 which I am missing. I unzipped the plugins onto my eclipse
directory, seeing as the plugin contents have relative paths beginning
with "eclipse".

Thanks,
-C

Christian W. Damus wrote:
> Hi, Christopher,
>
> The OCL examples are manifest only in the editor and context menus for the
> EXTLibrary Example Editor. In the "File -> New -> Other..." dialog, choose
> "Example EMF Model Creation Wizards / EXTLibrary Model". The Library is
> the most useful root element to choose.
>
> In this editor, you will see various OCL actions in the menus, depending on
> how many of the EMFT components you have installed.
>
> HTH,
>
> Christian
>
>
> Christopher Gibblin wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> My versions:
>> eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
>> emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
>> ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
>> antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.
>>
>> When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
>> evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
>> does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no errors.
>>
>> What am I overlooking?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> - C
>
Re: problem installing ocl [message #571464 is a reply to message #27226] Mon, 06 March 2006 14:34 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
Messages: 32500
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Christopher,

Did you install the EMF examples feature? It's a separate download from
the SDK feature...


Christopher Gibblin wrote:

> Hi Christian,
> I still have a problem.
>
> When I do "File -> New -> Other -> Example EMF Model Creation
> Wizards", "EXTLibrary Model" does not appear as an option, rather
> only the usual EMF creation wizards (eg, "Ecore model") appear. This
> suggests to me that OCL is not properly installed, however, Eclipse
> -> Help -> Plugins shows "Eclipse Modeling Framework Technology OCL
> Interpreter". And as I mentioned, there are no errors in the Eclipse
> log.
>
> There must be something fundamental about installing plugins into
> Eclipse 3.2 which I am missing. I unzipped the plugins onto my eclipse
> directory, seeing as the plugin contents have relative paths beginning
> with "eclipse".
>
> Thanks,
> -C
>
> Christian W. Damus wrote:
>
>> Hi, Christopher,
>>
>> The OCL examples are manifest only in the editor and context menus
>> for the
>> EXTLibrary Example Editor. In the "File -> New -> Other..." dialog,
>> choose
>> "Example EMF Model Creation Wizards / EXTLibrary Model". The Library is
>> the most useful root element to choose.
>>
>> In this editor, you will see various OCL actions in the menus,
>> depending on
>> how many of the EMFT components you have installed.
>>
>> HTH,
>>
>> Christian
>>
>>
>> Christopher Gibblin wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>> My versions:
>>> eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
>>> emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
>>> ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
>>> antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.
>>>
>>> When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
>>> evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
>>> does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no
>>> errors.
>>>
>>> What am I overlooking?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> - C
>>
>>


Ed Merks
Professional Support: https://www.macromodeling.com/
Re: problem installing ocl [message #571496 is a reply to message #27263] Mon, 06 March 2006 16:53 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real nameFriend
Messages: 121
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Ed,
Thanks. That did it.

I guess my config was ok in the first place. I had just expected to see
something the interactive OCL console as a view in Window->Show View.

Installing the EMF samples gave me the opportunity to see the available
OCL actions.

Thanks, chris


Ed Merks wrote:
> Christopher,
>
> Did you install the EMF examples feature? It's a separate download from
> the SDK feature...
>
>
> Christopher Gibblin wrote:
>
>> Hi Christian,
>> I still have a problem.
>>
>> When I do "File -> New -> Other -> Example EMF Model Creation
>> Wizards", "EXTLibrary Model" does not appear as an option, rather
>> only the usual EMF creation wizards (eg, "Ecore model") appear. This
>> suggests to me that OCL is not properly installed, however, Eclipse
>> -> Help -> Plugins shows "Eclipse Modeling Framework Technology OCL
>> Interpreter". And as I mentioned, there are no errors in the Eclipse
>> log.
>>
>> There must be something fundamental about installing plugins into
>> Eclipse 3.2 which I am missing. I unzipped the plugins onto my eclipse
>> directory, seeing as the plugin contents have relative paths beginning
>> with "eclipse".
>>
>> Thanks,
>> -C
>>
>> Christian W. Damus wrote:
>>
>>> Hi, Christopher,
>>>
>>> The OCL examples are manifest only in the editor and context menus
>>> for the
>>> EXTLibrary Example Editor. In the "File -> New -> Other..." dialog,
>>> choose
>>> "Example EMF Model Creation Wizards / EXTLibrary Model". The Library is
>>> the most useful root element to choose.
>>>
>>> In this editor, you will see various OCL actions in the menus,
>>> depending on
>>> how many of the EMFT components you have installed.
>>>
>>> HTH,
>>>
>>> Christian
>>>
>>>
>>> Christopher Gibblin wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>> My versions:
>>>> eclipse 3.2M5 for linux
>>>> emf-xsd-sdo 2.2.0M5
>>>> ocl 1.0.0M5 (stable build)
>>>> antl.jar 2.7.2 copied into antl.../lib as per readme.
>>>>
>>>> When I start up eclipse, it lists ocl as a plugin, yet there is no
>>>> evidence of ocl in the workbench (eg, New-->Other-->EMF Examples ...
>>>> does not show any ocl-related wizard). The .metadata/.log shows no
>>>> errors.
>>>>
>>>> What am I overlooking?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> - C
>>>
>>>
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