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Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

Uses of Class
org.eclipse.ui.dialogs.SelectionDialog

Packages that use SelectionDialog
org.eclipse.debug.ui Provides a generic debugger user interface that clients may customize via standard workbench extension points. 
org.eclipse.ui.dialogs Classes for standard dialogs, wizards, and preference pages in the Eclipse Platform User Interface. 
org.eclipse.ui.ide.dialogs APIs for dialogs in the IDE-specific portion of the Eclipse Platform User Interface. 
 

Uses of SelectionDialog in org.eclipse.debug.ui
 

Subclasses of SelectionDialog in org.eclipse.debug.ui
 class StringVariableSelectionDialog
          A dialog that prompts the user to choose and configure a string substitution variable.
 

Uses of SelectionDialog in org.eclipse.ui.dialogs
 

Subclasses of SelectionDialog in org.eclipse.ui.dialogs
 class AbstractElementListSelectionDialog
          An abstract class to select elements out of a list of elements.
 class CheckedTreeSelectionDialog
          A class to select elements out of a tree structure.
 class ContainerSelectionDialog
          A standard selection dialog which solicits a container resource from the user.
 class ElementListSelectionDialog
          A class to select elements out of a list of elements.
 class ElementTreeSelectionDialog
          A class to select elements out of a tree structure.
 class FileSelectionDialog
          Deprecated. Use org.eclipse.swt.widgets.FileDialog,
 class FilteredItemsSelectionDialog
          Shows a list of items to the user with a text entry field for a string pattern used to filter the list of items.
 class FilteredResourcesSelectionDialog
          Shows a list of resources to the user with a text entry field for a string pattern used to filter the list of resources.
 class ListDialog
          A dialog that prompts for one element out of a list of elements.
 class ListSelectionDialog
          A standard dialog which solicits a list of selections from the user.
 class MarkerResolutionSelectionDialog
          Dialog to allow the user to select from a list of marker resolutions.
 class NewFolderDialog
          The NewFolderDialog is used to create a new folder.
 class ProjectLocationMoveDialog
          The ProjectLocationMoveDialog is the dialog used to select the location of a project for moving.
 class ProjectLocationSelectionDialog
          The ProjectLocationSelectionDialog is the dialog used to select the name and location of a project for copying.
 class ResourceListSelectionDialog
          Shows a list of resources to the user with a text entry field for a string pattern used to filter the list of resources.
 class ResourceSelectionDialog
          A standard resource selection dialog which solicits a list of resources from the user.
 class SelectionStatusDialog
          An abstract base class for dialogs with a status bar and ok/cancel buttons.
 class TwoPaneElementSelector
          A list selection dialog with two panes.
 class TypeFilteringDialog
          The TypeFilteringDialog is a SelectionDialog that allows the user to select a file editor.
 class YesNoCancelListSelectionDialog
          Deprecated. Providing Cancel in addition to Yes/No is confusing. It is better to subclass the regular ListSelectionDialog, which uses OK/Cancel, and provide a separate checkbox if necessary.
 

Uses of SelectionDialog in org.eclipse.ui.ide.dialogs
 

Subclasses of SelectionDialog in org.eclipse.ui.ide.dialogs
 class PathVariableSelectionDialog
          A selection dialog which shows the path variables defined in the workspace.
 


Eclipse Platform
Release 3.5

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