Class ResourceSelectionDialog

All Implemented Interfaces:

public class ResourceSelectionDialog extends SelectionDialog
A standard resource selection dialog which solicits a list of resources from the user. The getResult method returns the selected resources.

This class may be instantiated; it is not intended to be subclassed.


 ResourceSelectionDialog dialog = new ResourceSelectionDialog(getShell(), rootResource, msg);
 return dialog.getResult();
This class is not intended to be subclassed by clients.
  • Constructor Details

    • ResourceSelectionDialog

      public ResourceSelectionDialog(Shell parentShell, IAdaptable rootElement, String message)
      Creates a resource selection dialog rooted at the given element.
      parentShell - the parent shell
      rootElement - the root element to populate this dialog with
      message - the message to be displayed at the top of this dialog, or null to display a default message
  • Method Details

    • checkStateChanged

      public void checkStateChanged(CheckStateChangedEvent event)
      event - the event
    • configureShell

      protected void configureShell(Shell shell)
      Description copied from class: Window
      Configures the given shell in preparation for opening this window in it.

      The default implementation of this framework method sets the shell's image and gives it a grid layout. Subclasses may extend or reimplement.

      configureShell in class SelectionDialog
      shell - the shell
    • create

      public void create()
      Description copied from class: Window
      Creates this window's widgetry in a new top-level shell.

      The default implementation of this framework method creates this window's shell (by calling createShell), and its controls (by calling createContents), then initializes this window's shell bounds (by calling initializeBounds).

      create in class Dialog
    • createDialogArea

      protected Control createDialogArea(Composite parent)
      Description copied from class: Dialog
      Creates and returns the contents of the upper part of this dialog (above the button bar).

      The Dialog implementation of this framework method creates and returns a new Composite with standard margins and spacing.

      The returned control's layout data must be an instance of GridData. This method must not modify the parent's layout.

      Subclasses must override this method but may call super as in the following example:

       Composite composite = (Composite) super.createDialogArea(parent);
       //add controls to composite as necessary
       return composite;
      createDialogArea in class Dialog
      parent - the parent composite to contain the dialog area
      the dialog area control
    • okPressed

      protected void okPressed()
      The ResourceSelectionDialog implementation of this Dialog method builds a list of the selected resources for later retrieval by the client and closes this dialog.
      okPressed in class Dialog