|Force loading of a stacked view [message #534861]
||Thu, 20 May 2010 14:06
Registered: April 2010
I'd like to have a view initialized even if it is hidden (stacked) behind another view, in order to update its icon. Some more details about this:
I added a view to my app which is stacked behind another one by default. This view should offer two functionalities:
a) The view's icon should become colored if data becomes available.
b) The view should then offer some overview over the data, and contain a button to start further processing.
When the app starts, it must be initialized to check if data is available, and update its icon. But since it is stacked behind another view, it will not do so until clicked.
I tried to add some code to the perspective, getting thew view from the ViewRegistry and create it manually, which did not work. Also, implementing the IStartup interface and adding the view to the startup extension point has no effect.
I must have missed something. Please give me a hint!
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