System.out.println("Problems: " + node/.getModel().getProblems());prettyPrint(); I go to the model to which the node belongs, and ask the model for any problems. The model I get is the correct model and I see two type checking errors in the editor, so there are problems. Still, the above code

**always**returns an Iterable that is empty.

Is this not the right way to find problems in a model, or is the getProblems() method broken?