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authorVrishali Doke2013-03-15 08:12:07 -0400
committerSven Rottstock2013-03-15 08:12:07 -0400
commit374d617f2f8fa126691afe1787e28c46c8428443 (patch)
parentba4db2b87c02ebdaef8c7b1c45523d6253d18a3a (diff)
CRNT-28294 - JAVA conform ID
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@@ -153,7 +153,6 @@ In that case, you can edit the transition condition in Web-based modeler. Also,
you can save, deploy and execute the model in Web-based modeler.
<h3 id="cros">Cross Modeling</h3>
<p>In cross modeling, to maintain the references between the models, the imported referenced model should be kept in the
same project folder. If the imported model resides at any other location then the references are not resolved
@@ -162,12 +161,7 @@ by the Eclipse-based modeler and Web-based modeler. </p>
<h3 id="spc">Importing Eclipse Models having non-Java Conform IDs</h3>
<p>The Eclipse-based models having IDs that are not Java conform identifiers may cause problems when imported
-to Web-based modeler. Currently, Web-based modeler cannot handle IDs that are not Java ID conform.</p>
+to Web-based modeler. Currently, Web-based modeler cannot handle IDs that are not Java conform identifiers.</p>
<h2 id="analogy">Analogy of Models Created in the Eclipse-based Modeler with the Web-based Modeler