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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.search.ui
Interface ISearchResultPage

All Superinterfaces:
IPage, IPageBookViewPage
All Known Implementing Classes:
AbstractTextSearchViewPage

public interface ISearchResultPage
extends IPageBookViewPage

Interface to be implemented by contributors to the extension point org.eclipse.search.searchResultViewPages. A ISearchResultPage is used to show the search results for a particular class of ISearchResult (as specified in the searchResultClass attribute of the extension point) in the search result view.

Clients may implement this interface.

Since:
3.0

Method Summary
  String getID ()
          Returns the id set via setID.
  String getLabel ()
          Returns a user readable label for this search result page.
  Object getUIState ()
          Returns an object representing the current user interface state of the page.
 void restoreState ( IMemento memento)
          Restores the page state.
 void saveState ( IMemento memento)
          Saves the page state in a memento.
 void setID ( String id)
          Sets the id for this page.
 void setInput ( ISearchResult search, Object uiState)
          Sets the search result to be shown in this search results page.
 void setViewPart ( ISearchResultViewPart part)
          Sets the search view this search results page is shown in.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.ui.part. IPageBookViewPage
getSite, init
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.ui.part. IPage
createControl, dispose, getControl, setActionBars, setFocus
 

Method Detail

getUIState

Object getUIState()
Returns an object representing the current user interface state of the page. For example, the current selection in a viewer. The UI state will be later passed into the setInput() method when the currently shown ISearchResult is shown again.

Returns:
an object representing the UI state of this page

setInput

void setInput(
ISearchResult search,
              
Object uiState)
Sets the search result to be shown in this search results page. Implementers should restore UI state (e.g. selection) from the previously saved uiState object.

Parameters:
search - the search result to be shown or null to clear the page.
uiState - the previously saved UI state
See Also:
getUIState()

setViewPart

void setViewPart(
ISearchResultViewPart part)
Sets the search view this search results page is shown in. This method will be called before the page is shown for the first time (i.e. before the page control is created).

Parameters:
part - the parent search view

restoreState

void restoreState(
IMemento memento)
Restores the page state. Note that this applies only to state that is saved across sessions.

Parameters:
memento - a memento to restore the page state from or null if no previous state was saved
See Also:
setInput(ISearchResult, Object)

saveState

void saveState(
IMemento memento)
Saves the page state in a memento. Note that this applies to state that should persist across sessions.

Parameters:
memento - a memento to receive the object state
See Also:
getUIState()

setID

void setID(
String id)
Sets the id for this page. This method will be called before any other initialization is done.

Parameters:
id - the id for this page

getID

String getID()
Returns the id set via setID.

Returns:
the id of this page

getLabel

String getLabel()
Returns a user readable label for this search result page. The label will be used to describe the contents for the page to the user (for example it will be displayed in the search view title bar). To take an example from file search, a label might read like this: 'test' - 896 matches in workspace.

Returns:
the user readable label for this search result page

Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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