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Eclipse GMF Guide
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Runtime

Package org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.emf.type.core.commands

Provides a set of commands that are used to edit model elements.

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           Description

Class Summary
ConfigureElementCommand Edit command to configure a new model element with the characteristics of its element type.
ConfigureRelationshipCommand Edit command to configure a new relationship element with the characteristics of its element type.
CreateElementCommand Command to create a new model element.
CreateRelationshipCommand Command to create a new relationship element using the EMF action protocol.
DeferredSetValueCommand Command to set the value of a feature of a model element.
DestroyElementCommand Command to create a model element using the EMF action protocol.
DestroyReferenceCommand Command to destroy a reference from one element to another.
EditElementCommand Abstract superclass for commands that modify model elements.
GetEditContextCommand Command to get the edit context for a given request.
MoveElementsCommand Command to move model elements using the EMF action protocol.
SetValueCommand Command to set the value of a feature of a model element.
 

Package org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.emf.type.core.commands Description

Provides a set of commands that are used to edit model elements. These commands are returned by element type edit helpers in the Element Type framework.

Clients implementing their own edit helpers should subclass these commands if they wish to implement custom editing behaviour.

See Also:
org.eclipse.gmf.runtime.emf.type.core

Runtime

Guidelines for using Eclipse APIs.

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