Pinned topic RSA/EMF: How to model EData types with RSA?
In a class I need to define a method that references a Java type. In a "plain" Ecore model I would use an EDataType to define the required Java type. In the UML model I have modelled this Java type by an UML Data Type, since the Ecore profile does not provide an EDataType stereotype. But any UML Data Type is simply ignored when exporting the UML model to an Ecore model.
How can I apply the concept of an EDataType within an UML model? Im using RSA 188.8.131.52.
dafhit 270005ME1U1 Post
Re: RSA/EMF: How to model EData types with RSA?2013-07-31T12:37:17ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Found no solution for the problem, so I push this question.
Is there a working solution? The EMF Bible suggests using a <<datatype>> stereotype and adding a single attribute which "must have a stereotype of <<javaclass>> and not specify a type."
This is where i got stuck (RSA 8.5.1). I have no stereotype javaclass for attributes.
Any help would be great,
DavidUpdated on 2013-07-31T12:42:24Z at 2013-07-31T12:42:24Z by dafhit