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org.eclipse.emf.transaction
Class ResourceSetChangeEvent

java.lang.Object
  extended by 

java.util.EventObject
      extended by 
org.eclipse.emf.transaction.ResourceSetChangeEvent
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable

public class ResourceSetChangeEvent
extends EventObject

Event object describing the nature of changes in a resource set to ResourceSetListeners. Note that the event object is only valid during the scope of the listener call-back invocation; in particular, the editing domain is free to re-use event objects and/or notification lists for performance purposes. Therefore, if it is necessary to retain the event or its list of notifications beyond the scope of the call-back, this information must be copied by the client.

This class is not intended to be extended or instantiated by clients.

See Also:
ResourceSetListener, Serialized Form

Field Summary
 
Fields inherited from class java.util. EventObject
source
 
Constructor Summary
ResourceSetChangeEvent ( TransactionalEditingDomain source)
          Initializes me with my source editing domain.
ResourceSetChangeEvent ( TransactionalEditingDomain source, Transaction transaction, List< Notification> notifications)
          Initializes me with my source editing domain, command, and notifications.
 
Method Summary
  TransactionalEditingDomain getEditingDomain ()
          Obtains the editing domain whose resource set contents changed.
  List< Notification> getNotifications ()
          Obtains the list of events (as Notifications), in the order in which they occurred, indicating the changes that occurred during the transaction.
  Transaction getTransaction ()
          Obtains the transaction in which resource set changes have occurred.
 
Methods inherited from class java.util. EventObject
getSource, toString
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang. Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

ResourceSetChangeEvent

public ResourceSetChangeEvent(
TransactionalEditingDomain source)
Initializes me with my source editing domain.

Parameters:
source - my source (must not be null)

ResourceSetChangeEvent

public ResourceSetChangeEvent(
TransactionalEditingDomain source,
                              
Transaction transaction,
                              
List<
Notification> notifications)
Initializes me with my source editing domain, command, and notifications.

Parameters:
source - my source (must not be null)
transaction - the transaction that has made resource set changes
notifications - a list of events (as Notifications), in the order in which they occurred
Method Detail

getEditingDomain

public 
TransactionalEditingDomain getEditingDomain()
Obtains the editing domain whose resource set contents changed.

Returns:
the editing domain

getTransaction

public 
Transaction getTransaction()
Obtains the transaction in which resource set changes have occurred. This is the transaction that is either about to commit or that has committed. Of particular interest in the transaction's status after it has committed.

Note that it is not permitted to attempt to commit or roll back the transaction during the listener call-back. Any attempt to do so will result in an IllegalStateException.

Returns:
the transaction that is committing or committed. This will never be null

getNotifications

public 
List<
Notification> getNotifications()
Obtains the list of events (as Notifications), in the order in which they occurred, indicating the changes that occurred during the transaction.

Returns:
the changes
See Also:
Notification

Copyright 2002, 2007 IBM Corporation and others.
All Rights Reserved.


 
 
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