Interface ICompositeOperation

  • All Superinterfaces:
    IUndoableOperation
    All Known Implementing Classes:
    TriggeredOperations

    public interface ICompositeOperation
    extends IUndoableOperation

    ICompositeOperation defines an undoable operation that is composed of child operations. Requests to execute, undo, or redo a composite result in the the execution, undo, or redo of the composite as a whole. Similarly, a request to dispose the composite should result in all child operations being disposed.

    Since:
    3.1
    • Method Detail

      • add

        void add​(IUndoableOperation operation)

        Add the specified operation as a child of this operation.

        Parameters:
        operation - the operation to be added. If the operation instance has already been added, this method will have no effect.
      • remove

        void remove​(IUndoableOperation operation)

        Remove the specified operation from this operation.

        The composite operation should dispose the operation as part of removing it.

        Parameters:
        operation - the operation to be removed. The operation should be disposed by the receiver. This method will have no effect if the operation instance is not already a child.