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From Jean-Marc Lavoie <jeanmarc.lav...@videotron.ca>
Subject Re: UML/XMI/JMI and Torque
Date Wed, 26 Mar 2003 18:57:15 GMT
Together templates (.tpl) allow you create reports based on their model. 
When using plain text, you can generate XML if you like. This is the way 
they generate ant build file, this is a twisted way of generating XML, 
but that's an opinion. The ant build file template is a good start. 
There is a lot of consideration to take care of,  like placing the box 
at the good place to prevent balnk line insertion or taking care of 
sorting to have the keys in the same order in the table than in the 
foreign key when you have multiple keys forming a PK. Always fun to have 
generated code calling other generated code methods with the parameters 
in the wrong order, better yet when they are the same type and that the 
code compile. That's close to a week effort if you want to learn the 
report tool and the Together SCI object model and make the template. I 
don't got the template anymore. It may be a last resort solution.

I would recommend the XLT transformation proposed by  Guillaume, or the 
tool from the devaki nextobjects  project.

Stephan Wiesner wrote:

> Hi Jean-Marc,
> Jean-Marc Lavoie wrote:
>> Also, Together have some reporting facility that can be twisted to 
>> generated the Torque XML schema.
> Can you elaborate on that point? What do you mean by 'Twisted'?
> Stephan
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