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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jdt.core
Interface IJavaModelStatus

All Superinterfaces:
IStatus

public interface IJavaModelStatus
extends IStatus

Represents the outcome of an Java model operation. Status objects are used inside JavaModelException objects to indicate what went wrong.

Java model status object are distinguished by their plug-in id: getPlugin returns "org.eclipse.jdt.core". getCode returns one of the status codes declared in IJavaModelStatusConstants.

A Java model status may also carry additional information (that is, in addition to the information defined in IStatus):

  • elements - optional handles to Java elements associated with the failure
  • string - optional string associated with the failure

See Also:
IStatus, IJavaModelStatusConstants
Restriction:
This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients.

Field Summary
 
Fields inherited from interface org.eclipse.core.runtime. IStatus
CANCEL, ERROR, INFO, OK, WARNING
 
Method Summary
  IJavaElement[] getElements ()
          Returns any Java elements associated with the failure (see specification of the status code), or an empty array if no elements are related to this particular status code.
  IPath getPath ()
          Returns the path associated with the failure (see specification of the status code), or null if the failure is not one of DEVICE_PATH, INVALID_PATH, PATH_OUTSIDE_PROJECT, or RELATIVE_PATH.
  String getString ()
          Deprecated. Use IStatus.getMessage() instead
 boolean isDoesNotExist ()
          Returns whether this status indicates that a Java model element does not exist.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.core.runtime. IStatus
getChildren, getCode, getException, getMessage, getPlugin, getSeverity, isMultiStatus, isOK, matches
 

Method Detail

getElements

IJavaElement[] getElements()
Returns any Java elements associated with the failure (see specification of the status code), or an empty array if no elements are related to this particular status code.

Returns:
the list of Java element culprits
See Also:
IJavaModelStatusConstants

getPath

IPath getPath()
Returns the path associated with the failure (see specification of the status code), or null if the failure is not one of DEVICE_PATH, INVALID_PATH, PATH_OUTSIDE_PROJECT, or RELATIVE_PATH.

Returns:
the path that caused the failure, or null if none
See Also:
IJavaModelStatusConstants.DEVICE_PATH, IJavaModelStatusConstants.INVALID_PATH, IJavaModelStatusConstants.PATH_OUTSIDE_PROJECT, IJavaModelStatusConstants.RELATIVE_PATH

getString

String getString()
Deprecated. Use IStatus.getMessage() instead

Returns the string associated with the failure (see specification of the status code), or null if no string is related to this particular status code.

Returns:
the string culprit, or null if none
See Also:
IJavaModelStatusConstants

isDoesNotExist

boolean isDoesNotExist()
Returns whether this status indicates that a Java model element does not exist. This convenience method is equivalent to getCode() == IJavaModelStatusConstants.ELEMENT_DOES_NOT_EXIST.

Returns:
true if the status code indicates that a Java model element does not exist
See Also:
IJavaModelStatusConstants.ELEMENT_DOES_NOT_EXIST

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

Copyright (c) IBM Corp. and others 2000, 2008. All Rights Reserved.

 
 
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