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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jdt.core
Interface IProblemRequestor


public interface IProblemRequestor

A callback interface for receiving java problem as they are discovered by some Java operation.

Since:
2.0
See Also:
IProblem

Method Summary
 void acceptProblem ( IProblem problem)
          Notification of a Java problem.
 void beginReporting ()
          Notification sent before starting the problem detection process.
 void endReporting ()
          Notification sent after having completed problem detection process.
 boolean isActive ()
          Predicate allowing the problem requestor to signal whether or not it is currently interested by problem reports.
 

Method Detail

acceptProblem

void acceptProblem(
IProblem problem)
Notification of a Java problem.

Parameters:
problem - IProblem - The discovered Java problem.

beginReporting

void beginReporting()
Notification sent before starting the problem detection process. Typically, this would tell a problem collector to clear previously recorded problems.


endReporting

void endReporting()
Notification sent after having completed problem detection process. Typically, this would tell a problem collector that no more problems should be expected in this iteration.


isActive

boolean isActive()
Predicate allowing the problem requestor to signal whether or not it is currently interested by problem reports. When answering false, problem will not be discovered any more until the next iteration. This predicate will be invoked once prior to each problem detection iteration.

Returns:
boolean - indicates whether the requestor is currently interested by problems.

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

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