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Revision as of 14:40, 19 July 2011

Please see the parent of this page, EDT:EGL Language.

Stereotypes and Annotations (Table 8)

Our approach is to say most stereotypes and annotations from RBD are not supported in EDT, and we'll add them back as we decide that we need their features.

Stereotypes and Annotations Core JavaScript Java
BasicProgram1
N/S

Exception
JS:Exception

RUIHandler
JS:  RUIHandler
N/S
RUIWidget
JS: RUIWidget
N/S
BirtHandler
N/S

NativeType


JavaObject
N/S

JavaScriptObject

N/S
HostProgram
N/S

IncludeReferencedFunctions2


EventListener
XMLAttribute
XML
XML
XMLElement
XML
XML
XMLRootElement
XML
XML
XMLSchemaType
XML
XML
XMLStructureKind
XML
XML
XMLType
XML
XML

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