The current ecorediag metamodel definition cannot be opened in post-Kepler distributions. We might as well use Xcore. This is definitely for a. project, 2 years ago. ties · Renamed projects, 2 years ago. plugin. xml · Migrated EMF metamodel from ecorediag to xcore. Fixes #72, 2 years ago. The diagrams can’t be properly displayed (please see attached file).
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The general convention is to use a java namespace notation for your project name. What does that mean? Metamodel with Ecore Tools Diagram Editor.
If you want to remove an element from a given diagram without actually deleting the element, you can either use the Remove tool which is available in the palette or the Delete from Diagram contextual action available with a right click.
Changing the project name afterward is possible though error-prone and not without impact. Attribute will create an EAttribute with a default name when used on an EClass. Create an element that will contain directly or indirectly all the other elements.
EMF will detect these annotations and generate dedicated Java methods based on this name, you will have to implement them then. The project which is going to be created actually is an Eclipse plugin project, the ceorediag will be used for the yo identification. It contributes a new layer on the Entities diagram to display and edit documentation annotations. EcoreTools directly edits the Ecore model in a standard way, no special operation is required to leverage the model itself.
Modeling Constraints You can specify domain constraints on an EClass.
Setting properties, such as the upper and lower bounds, the type ETypeof the attributes, operations, and references is achieved through the Eorediag view. Documentation Annotations Documentation Table Editor The documentation table displays all the EPackage elements as a hieararchy in the first column and the corresponding documentation annotation in the second one.
These instances will be displayed as list containers. By this mean, it will be possible to create, in an EMF model of it, a collection of transitions and states. A specific tool in the palette named Dynamic Instance allows you to quickly create an instance of your domain model without requiring any code generation. Create a meta-model for Kermeta programs.
A wizard will be opened to guide you through the process of creating this XMI file, once the file is created the EMF Reflective Editor will be opened to edit it. EMF meta-model creation tips. Using the Operation tool from the palette and clicking on an EClass in the diagram you can create a new EOperation instance.
Once the Viewpoints are selected you can create representations: For example, the ecore tools project provides a class diagram editor that works on top of ecore files. Which tools shoule i use?
You can also edit these ecore file using a diagram editor from Eclipse Ecore Tools Project. Then click on the created EPackage. To use it select the tool Dynamic Instance and apply it on the EClass of your choice in your diagram. Overview of the editor Here is the palette of the Entities diagram editor when both the Design and Review Viewpoints have been enabled. At this stage of the tutorial, the designed meta-model should look like the following meta-model:.
You will get an empty diagram saying double click here to load at the left top. When used on an EClass this tool will create a new Type parameter.
You can either use the contextual action Show Properties View and then edit from this view or double-click on an element to open a wizard dedicated to the edition of the properties.
Chapter 1. Create a meta-model for Kermeta programs
EMF tools are not the only way to create Ecore ecoredkag. Sign up using Email and Password. The editor will reveal it for you. Deleting elements Hitting DEL on the keyboard will delete the selected model element and reset all the cross references to it. It will disappear from the diagram then.
Here is a small list of tools that can be used to create your meta-model:. References, super types, attributes ecoredizg operations are automatically imported in the diagram, if you want to remove some of them from a diagram you can either use the Hide contextual action or leverage one of the filters to hide, for instance, all the derived references. Creating a Representation Once the Viewpoints are selected you can create representations: If Omondo is installed, the meta-model can be edited by means of the Omondo graphical editor.
This controls what kind of representations you can create on the Ecore ecoorediag inside the project. The reflexive editor and the editor generated by EMF allow to create only one root element and then, from this element, create contained elements. This diagram is ecoediag to visualize and analyze the direct dependencies between two EPackage.
You can also create a new representation by clicking on the Modeling Project itself:.