IQueryParticipant is called during the execution of a
Java search query. It can report matches via an
may contribute a
IMatchPresentation to help render the elements it contributes.
Clients may implement this interface.
Method SummaryModifier and TypeMethodDescription
intReturns the number of units of work estimated.Gets the UI participant responsible for handling the display of elements not known to the Java search UI.
voidExecutes the search described by the given
(ISearchRequestor requestor, QuerySpecification querySpecification, IProgressMonitor monitor) throws CoreExceptionExecutes the search described by the given
querySpecification. Matches are reported to the given
requester. The interpretation of what a given Java search (e.g. "References to class Foo") means is up to the participant.
requestor- The requester to report matches to.
querySpecification- The specification of the query to run.
monitor- A monitor to report progress on.
CoreException- Thrown when the search can not be executed
(QuerySpecification specification)Returns the number of units of work estimated. The returned number should be normalized such that the number of ticks for the original Java search job is 1000. For example if the participant uses the same amount of time as the Java search, it should return 1000, if it uses half the time, it should return 500, etc. This method is supposed to give a quick estimate of the work to be done and is assumed to be much faster than the actual query.
specification- the specification to estimate.
- The number of ticks estimated.
getUIParticipantIMatchPresentation getUIParticipant()Gets the UI participant responsible for handling the display of elements not known to the Java search UI. The Java search UI knows elements are of type
IResource. A participant may return
nullif matches are only reported against elements of type
- The UI participant for this query participant or