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RSE
Release 3.0

org.eclipse.rse.ui.filters.actions
Interface ISystemNewFilterActionConfigurator

All Known Implementing Classes:
SubSystemConfigurationAdapter

public interface ISystemNewFilterActionConfigurator

Sometimes configuring a filter action can take a reasonably substantial amount of processing. For this reason, we would desire to defer that configuration, when simply filling a popup menu, until such time as the user has select to run the action. This reduces time and memory in the vast majority of cases.

To achieve this, code which populates a context menu can implement this interface, and pass it to the new filter wizard action. That action will then call back to the caller via this interface, when the action is run.


Method Summary
 void configureNewFilterAction ( ISubSystemConfiguration factory, SystemNewFilterAction newFilterAction, Object callerData)
          The user has selected to run this action.
 

Method Detail

configureNewFilterAction

void configureNewFilterAction(
ISubSystemConfiguration factory,
                              
SystemNewFilterAction newFilterAction,
                              
Object callerData)
The user has selected to run this action. Please configure it!

Parameters:
newFilterAction - - the action to be configured
callerData - - context data that you supplied when registering this callback

RSE
Release 3.0

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