|Re: [Acceleo] Newbie Question XMI [message #1000341 is a reply to message #1000266]
||Mon, 14 January 2013 14:55
| Ed Willink
Registered: July 2009
If you're using the Juno release, the problems with legacy UML
namespaces resolved in
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=389542 may affect you.
Make sure you use an MDT/UML2 maintenance build.
On 14/01/2013 13:43, Martin Kreutz wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just startet with the "Getting started with..." tutorial, which worked fine using the Acceleo UML example model.
> I've now switched to a a stripped down XMI exported from Enterprise Architect. I'm attaching this XMI file.
> The file differs in the namespace definitions e.g. within the model from the example and the stripped down the namespaces for xmlns:xmi and xmlns:uml are defined with different URIs.
> As the mtl example file has a reference to the URI of the UML Namespage within the [module generate(...)] line, I assume that this is the cause for the error which I'm currently getting:
> "The generation failed to generate any file because there are no model elements that matches at least the type of the first parameter of one of your main templates. [...]"
> I could not find hints in the included documentation, so I'm a bit stuck.
> I've read that there is something called the Acceleo bridge to read in EA models. Is that still valid Acceleo 3.x? If so, what do I have to do to use this bridge?
> Another thing I've considered is to use another metamodel URI in the Acceleo project wizard, but I didn't see anything matching the OMG UML2.1 URI.
> Thanks for any and all hints.
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