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Custom StatusHandler subclassing problem [message #511500] Mon, 01 February 2010 18:41
Hauke Fuhrmann is currently offline Hauke FuhrmannFriend
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Dear RCP folks,

I want to extend the common exception handling in my RCP application.
Hence I registered a custom StatusHandler with my product, which in
general works fine.

I would like to get in most cases the usual dialogs given by the IDE.
Hence I'm extending the IDEWorkbenchErrorHandler from the
org.eclipse.ui.ide.application plugin. Unfortunately it seems that I'm
not allowed to do that, because I get the message below and the class
will not be loaded correctly.

What is the right way to subclass the common IDE Status handler?

- Discouraged access: The type IDEWorkbenchErrorHandler is not
accessible due to restriction on required
/Developer/eclipse_3.5.1/plugins/org.eclipse.ui.ide_3.5.1.M2 0090826-0800.jar

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