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Uses of Interface

Packages that use TransactionalCommandStack
org.eclipse.emf.transaction.impl Implementation of the transactional editing domain API. 

Uses of TransactionalCommandStack in org.eclipse.emf.transaction.impl

Subinterfaces of TransactionalCommandStack in org.eclipse.emf.transaction.impl
 interface InternalTransactionalCommandStack
          An internal interface that must be provided by any implementation of the public TransactionalCommandStack interface, in order to function correctly in the transactional editing domain framework.

Classes in org.eclipse.emf.transaction.impl that implement TransactionalCommandStack
 class AbstractTransactionalCommandStack
          Partial implementation of the TransactionalCommandStack interface, useful for subclasses to define their specific handling of transactions and other concerns.
 class TransactionalCommandStackImpl
          The default implementation of the transactional editing domain command stack.

Constructors in org.eclipse.emf.transaction.impl with parameters of type TransactionalCommandStack
TransactionalEditingDomainImpl ( AdapterFactory adapterFactory, TransactionalCommandStack stack)
          Initializes me with my adapter factory and a command stack, and a default resource set implementation.
TransactionalEditingDomainImpl ( AdapterFactory adapterFactory, TransactionalCommandStack stack, ResourceSet resourceSet)
          Initializes me with my adapter factory, command stack, and resource set.

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