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Eclipse EMF Model Transaction Development Guide
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Package org.eclipse.emf.transaction.impl

Implementation of the transactional editing domain API.

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           Description

Interface Summary
InternalLifecycle Internal adapter interface that must be provided by a TransactionalEditingDomain implementation that provides a TransactionalEditingDomain.Lifecycle adapter.
InternalTransaction An internal interface that must be provided by any implementation of the public Transaction interface, in order to function correctly in the transactional editing domain framework.
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.
InternalTransactionalEditingDomain Internal interface that must be provided by any implementation of the public TransactionalEditingDomain API, in order to function correctly in the transactional editing domain framework.
TransactionValidator Interface for an object that validates a transaction when it commits.
TransactionValidator.Factory Interface that clients implement to define a validator factory.
 

Class Summary
AbstractTransactionalCommandStack Partial implementation of the TransactionalCommandStack interface, useful for subclasses to define their specific handling of transactions and other concerns.
EditingDomainManager The editing domain manager initializes editing domain instances from the org.eclipse.emf.transaction.editingDomains extension point.
EMFCommandTransaction A transaction implementation use by the command stack to wrap the execution of Commands, to provide them the write access that they need.
FilterManager An object that manages the filtering of notifications.
PrivilegedRunnable<T> Implementation of the privileged runnable, which allows a thread to lend its transaction to another cooperating thread for synchronous execution.
ReadOnlyValidatorImpl A validator for read-only transactions.
ReadWriteValidatorImpl A validator for read/write transactions.
ResourceSetManager The resource set manager keeps track of the load state of Resources in a resource set managed by a transactional editing domain.
TransactionalCommandStackImpl The default implementation of the transactional editing domain command stack.
TransactionalEditingDomainImpl The default implementation of the transactional editing domain.
TransactionalEditingDomainImpl.FactoryImpl Default implementation of a transaction editing domain factory.
TransactionalEditingDomainImpl.RegistryImpl Implementation of the global editing domain registry.
TransactionalEditingDomainImpl.ValidatorFactoryImpl Default implementation of the validator factory
TransactionChangeRecorder The change recorder for a TransactionalEditingDomain, used by transactions to record rollback information and to detect changes that violate the transaction protocol.
TransactionImpl The default transaction implementation.
TriggerCommandTransaction A transaction implementation used by the command stack to wrap the execution of TriggerCommands, to provide them the write access that they need.
 

Package org.eclipse.emf.transaction.impl Description

Implementation of the transactional editing domain API.

Package Specification

This package provides the default implementation of the TransactionalEditingDomain and related interfaces. It also defines a number of "internal" interfaces that implementations of the corresponding public interfaces must also implement in order to function correctly together. The intent is that clients extending the EMF Transaction API need only to implement these interfaces in order to "plug in" their custom implementation classes, rather than extend the *Impl classes defined in this package.

Note that the types in this package are intended only for use by clients extending the EMF Transaction API. Clients using it should only use the API defined by the org.eclipse.emf.transaction package.

See Also:
org.eclipse.emf.transaction, InternalTransactionalEditingDomain, InternalTransaction, InternalTransactionalCommandStack

Copyright 2002, 2007 IBM Corporation and others.
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