[gme-users] Constraint definition errors
sutambe at dre.vanderbilt.edu
Tue Feb 6 14:08:14 CST 2007
> What does the File/Display Constaints menuitem say about those
> constraints? Are they loaded and turned on or they are disabled?
They seem to be disabled in the Constraint Browser. "Check" button for
them is disabled.
> Do those constraints use deprecated kindnames, which do not exist
> anymore in the metamodel?
What are deprecated kindnames? It does not use elements that are absent
in the metamodel. For example following constraint shows definition error,
self.attachingConnections(RootRiskAssociation)->size() >= 1
Note that this same constraint does not give an error when it is edited
in "Equation" box.
>>From: gme-users-bounces at list.isis.vanderbilt.edu
>>[mailto:gme-users-bounces at list.isis.vanderbilt.edu] On Behalf
>>Of Sumant Tambe
>>Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2007 12:58 PM
>>Subject: [gme-users] Constraint definition errors
>>I am getting constraint definition errors to a bunch of constraints
>>while importing a model from an xme. But while editing the same
>>constraint in the Equation: box of a constraint, I don't get
>>any error. In other words, MetaGME does not scream at the
>>constraint but while
>>importing a model it does.
>>This happens for the constraints that use
>>or self.ConnectedFCOs(*). The constraint definition error
>>Type, Variable, implicit attribute nor implicit Association
>>Where in fact the association at the place of * does exist.
>>These errors show up in CQML, which uses PICML as a library
>>and all the
>>types involved in the constraint are defined in CQML. Is it an issue
>>Please let me know if you have any clues.
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