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org.eclipse.jst.jsf.context.symbol
Interface IJavaSymbol

All Superinterfaces:
ISymbol

public interface IJavaSymbol
extends ISymbol

Represents a symbol that has meaning within Java's context. This may be the name of a type, an instance, method etc.

Provisional API - subject to change


Field Summary
static java.lang.String copyright
           
 
Fields inherited from interface org.eclipse.jst.jsf.context.symbol. ISymbol
EMPTY_SYMBOL_ARRAY
 
Method Summary
 IJavaElement getJavaElement ()
          A IJavaElement may not exist for a symbol if it is synthetic at design time but will be bound to a Java symbol at runtime.
 void setJavaElement (IJavaElement value)
          Sets the value of the ' Java Element' attribute
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.jst.jsf.context.symbol. ISymbol
getName, setName
 

Field Detail

copyright

static final java.lang.String copyright

See Also:
Constant Field Values
Method Detail

getJavaElement

IJavaElement getJavaElement()
A IJavaElement may not exist for a symbol if it is synthetic at design time but will be bound to a Java symbol at runtime. An example is a managed bean instance in JSF. JDT can provide no design-time meta-data for the symbol because it won't have a Java representation until the containing JSP is compiled.

Returns:
JDT's java element for this symbol or null if one doesn't exist.

setJavaElement

void setJavaElement(IJavaElement value)
Sets the value of the ' Java Element' attribute.

Parameters:
value - the new value of the 'Java Element' attribute.
See Also:
getJavaElement()



 
 
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