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RSE
Release 3.0

org.eclipse.rse.ui.validators
Class ValidatorSystemName

java.lang.Object
  extended by 

org.eclipse.rse.ui.validators.ValidatorUniqueString
      extended by 
org.eclipse.rse.ui.validators.ValidatorSystemName
All Implemented Interfaces:
IInputValidator, ICellEditorValidator, ISystemValidator, ISystemValidatorUniqueString

public class ValidatorSystemName
extends ValidatorUniqueString

This class is used in dialogs that prompt for an alias name. The rules used are the same as for Java names, for simplicity. Depending on the constructor used, this will also check for duplicates. The IInputValidator interface is used by jface's InputDialog class and numerous other platform and system classes.


Field Summary
protected  boolean fUnique
           
protected   SystemMessage msg_Invalid
           
 
Fields inherited from class org.eclipse.rse.ui.validators. ValidatorUniqueString
CASE_INSENSITIVE, CASE_SENSITIVE, caseSensitive, currentMessage, existingList, msg_Empty, msg_NonUnique, QUOTE, syntaxValidator, useUpperCase
 
Constructor Summary
ValidatorSystemName ()
          Use this constructor when the name need not be unique, and you just want the syntax checking.
ValidatorSystemName ( Collection existingNameList)
          Use this constructor when the name must be unique.
ValidatorSystemName ( String[] existingNameList)
          Use this constructor when the name must be unique.
 
Method Summary
  SystemMessage isSyntaxOk ( String newText)
          Validate each character.
 void setErrorMessages ( SystemMessage msg_Empty, SystemMessage msg_NonUnique, SystemMessage msg_Invalid)
          Supply your own error message text.
  String toString ()
           
 
Methods inherited from class org.eclipse.rse.ui.validators. ValidatorUniqueString
doMessageSubstitution, getExistingNamesList, getMaximumNameLength, getSystemMessage, getSystemMessageText, isValid, isValid, quotedToLowerCase, setCaseSensitive, setErrorMessages, setExistingNamesList, setExistingNamesList, setUseUpperCase, validate
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang. Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

fUnique

protected boolean fUnique

msg_Invalid

protected 
SystemMessage msg_Invalid
Constructor Detail

ValidatorSystemName

public ValidatorSystemName(
Collection existingNameList)
Use this constructor when the name must be unique.

Parameters:
existingNameList - a collection of existing names to compare against. This collection will not be modified by the validator.

ValidatorSystemName

public ValidatorSystemName(
String[] existingNameList)
Use this constructor when the name must be unique. Give the ctor a string array of existing names to compare against.


ValidatorSystemName

public ValidatorSystemName()
Use this constructor when the name need not be unique, and you just want the syntax checking.

Method Detail

setErrorMessages

public void setErrorMessages(
SystemMessage msg_Empty,
                             
SystemMessage msg_NonUnique,
                             
SystemMessage msg_Invalid)
Supply your own error message text. By default, messages from RSEUIPlugin resource bundle are used.

Parameters:
msg_Empty - error message when entry field is empty
msg_NonUnique - error message when value entered is not unique
msg_Invalid - error message when syntax is not valid

toString

public 
String toString()
Overrides:
toString in class ValidatorUniqueString

isSyntaxOk

public 
SystemMessage isSyntaxOk(
String newText)
Validate each character. Override of parent method. Override yourself to refine the error checking.

Overrides:
isSyntaxOk in class ValidatorUniqueString

RSE
Release 3.0

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