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Release 3.0

Interface ISystemFilterStringEditPaneListener

All Known Implementing Classes:
SystemChangeFilterPane, SystemFilterStringPropertyPage, SystemNewFilterWizardMainPage

public interface ISystemFilterStringEditPaneListener

This listener interface is implemented by any code desired to be kept aware of all user changes to a filter string in the SystemFilterStringEditPane.

Method Summary
 void backupChangedState ()
          Callback method.
 void filterStringChanged ( SystemMessage message)
          Callback method.
 void restoreChangedState ()
          Callback method.

Method Detail


void filterStringChanged(
SystemMessage message)
Callback method. The user has changed the filter string. It may or may not be valid. If not, the given message is non-null. If it is, and you want it, call getSystemFilterString() in the edit pane.


void backupChangedState()
Callback method. We are about to do a verify,the side effect of which is to change the current state of the dialog, which we don't want. This tells the dialog to back up that state so it can be restored.


void restoreChangedState()
Callback method. After backup and change events this is called to restore state

Release 3.0

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