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<title>Object Constraint Language Examples Overview</title>
<h1>Object Constraint Language Examples Overview</h1>
The OCL examples use the extended library meta-model as the
basis for demonstrating the capabilities. The intent of using the extended library meta-model is to
help the user understand the capabilities applied to a simpler domain. This is the same
meta-model used by the EMF team to demonstrate the EMF capabilities. The meta-model being
used looks like the following in UML.
<img src="extlibrarymodel.gif" alt="Library Meta-Model" />
All the generated plugins related to the library model are installed automatically
as part of the individual examples. The generated editor for the library model supports
multi-rooted libraries. Most of the examples contribute menu items to the main menu and
the context menu of the library editor to demonstrate their respective capabilities.
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