This extension point is experimental and is likely to change in the future releases as the activity support evolves.
<!ELEMENT extension (support+)>
point CDATA #REQUIRED
id CDATA #IMPLIED
name CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ELEMENT support (localScopeCheckbox? , documentMessage , showAllMessage)>
productId CDATA #REQUIRED>
supportelements are found, the one whose
productIdvalue matches the active product id will be chosen.
<!ELEMENT showAllMessage (#PCDATA)>
a plain text message that will be shown in the dialog when activity filtering is turned off. The intent of the message is to warn that without the filter some documents may be referring to user interface elements that are not visible.
<!ELEMENT localScopeCheckbox (#PCDATA)>
a label of the checkbox in the local search scope preference page. When the checkbox is selected, search hits in documents that belong to disabled activites will be included in the search results. As of 3.6, this element is no longer used.
<!ELEMENT documentMessage EMPTY>
class CDATA #IMPLIED
pluginId CDATA #REQUIRED>
The message may contain a hyperlink that takes the user to the activity editor that provides for changing activity enablement state. Attribute
class must be used in this case.
org.eclipse.help.ILiveHelpAction. This class will be used when the document message contains a hyperlink or a button whose
hrefvalue contains the substitution string ACTIVITY_EDITOR. The class should be implemented in such a way as to programmatically invoke and show a UI component (e.g. a preference page) that the product offers for changing the activity enablement state.
<extension point="org.eclipse.help.base.activitySupport"> <support productId="com.example.xyzProduct"> <showAllMessage> This actions will reveal all topics in the table of contents. </showAllMessage> <documentMessage class="com.example.xyz.OpenRolePreference"> This topic belongs to the role that is currently disabled. <p> To enable the role, open <a href="ACTIVITY_EDITOR">Role Preference Page.</a> </documentMessage> </support> </extension>
classof the element
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