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Using EMF with GWT

 
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hello all,
i m a newbie both to EMF & GWT, but i have gone through the basics and some sample tutorials for EMF & GWT separately.
i like EMF as the idea of working with model (ecore) looks simple & it also helps in visualizing the overall entities & relationships between them in your application.

also i have started exploring GWT.

i wanted to use both of these together.
my doubts are -
1. is it possible?
2. can i create my model in ecore & then generate the corresponding model classes in java & then use these classes in my GWT application both at the client & server side.

any help and useful links that show such a sample application will be of great help.

thanks in advance.
 
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