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A WorkflowRunner class is provided to allow for invocation at the command line or from within an Eclipse application The syntax for the command line follows, where p lets you override properties
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java orgeclipseemfmweWorkflowRunner pbasedir=/base path/workflowmwe
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To invoke from within Eclipse, a Map of properties and a Map of slot contents are required, along with a String path to the workflow file Following is the run() method signature:
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public final final final boolean run(final String workFlowFile, ProgressMonitor theMonitor, Map<String, String> theParams, Map<String, > externalSlotContents)
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Map<String, String> properties = new HashMap<String, String>(); propertiesput("model", modelURI); propertiesput("out", outputDirectory); new WorkflowRunner()run(workflowFilegetPath(), new NullProgressMonitor(), properties, null);
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Note that the contents of the properties map override those defined in the workflow, and you can pass a model already in memory as a slot content Also note that the ProgressMonitor and NullProgressMonitor shown here are workflow classes, not Eclipse platform classes Section 812, Actions, includes a complete example of Java invocation in a deployed plug-in
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It is possible to invoke a workflow and pass it parameters using Ant Following is a simple example to illustrate the basic configuration:
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<target name='generate'> <taskdef name="workflow" classname="orgeclipseemfmwecoreantWorkflowAntTask"/> <workflow file='path/workflowmwe'> <param name='baseDir' value='/base/'/> </workflow> </target>to i
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In this chapter, we looked closer at the Xpand template language, including its underlying expression and Xtend languages We also learned how to invoke a template for generating text using the Model Workflow Engine
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This part of the book contains additional reference and background information Specifically, this part provides a Graphical Modeling Framework (GMF) runtime set of keyboard shortcuts and a discussion on how the Eclipse Modeling Project and the Object Management Group s Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) initiative come together
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APPENDIX A
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Graphical Modeling Framework Key Bindings
The Graphical Modeling Framework (GMF) runtime provides many convenient keyboard bindings and diagram-manipulation options using both the keyboard and mouse This table comes from the GMF s Help documentation and is copied here for convenience
Table A-1 Cycling between the Diagram Editor and Palette Keyboard Key(s) Tab Tab Tab Tab
Current State Diagram name in focus Palette in focus Palette Minimize button in focus Palette item in focus Diagram Editor in focus
Description Navigates to the palette Navigates to the palette Minimize button Navigates to the palette items Navigates to the Diagram Editor and places focus on any selected item Navigates to the palette items The last palette item used is selected; otherwise, it defaults to the Select option Navigates to the palette Minimize button
New State Palette in focus Palette Minimize button in focus Palette item in focus Diagram Editor in focus Palette item in focus
Shift+Tab
Palette item in focus
Shift+Tab
Palette Minimize button in focus (continues)
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Table A-1
Cycling between the Diagram Editor and Palette (continued) Keyboard Key(s) Shift+Tab Shift+Tab
Current State Palette Minimize button in focus Palette in focus
Description Navigates to the palette Navigates to the Diagram Editor
New State Palette in focus Diagram name in focus
Table A-2
Palette Item Navigation Keyboard Key(s) Spacebar
Current State Drawer in focus
Description Collapses or expands the selected drawer in the palette Selects the current palette item in focus Moves the focus between the palette items Creates a new shape on the diagram Creates a new connection between the two selected items in the diagram Tab Navigates to the diagram Esc Deselects the palette item Makes the stack pop-up list appear Navigates between the available palette tools on the stack Selects an item from the pop-up list
New State Drawer in focus
Palette item in focus Palette item in focus Shape palette item in focus Connection palette item in focus Palette item in focus Palette item in focus Stack palette item in focus Stack pop-up list in focus Stack pop-up list in focus
Spacebar Up/down arrow Enter Enter
Palette item in focus Palette item in focus New shape selected in diagram New connection selected in diagram Diagram Editor in focus with Select Palette tool Enabled Stack pop-up list in focus Stack pop-up list in focus Selected palette item
Escape Alt+down arrow Up/down arrow Enter
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Table A-3
Diagram Navigation Keyboard Key(s) Alt+down arrow Arrow keys
Current State Selected diagram Selected diagram
Description Selects shape in diagram Cycles through the shapes that exist in the selected diagram Multiselects shapes on the diagram Invokes the context menu for the shape