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Integrating graphical editor into RCP application [message #9787] Wed, 26 September 2007 14:00 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: napo.NOPRIVATEMESSAGE.com

Hi,
I'm developing a standalone RCP application with Eclipse 3.3.
I created all my views and perspective.
Now, I need to integrate a graphical editor in my application. Something
like BPEL plugin. But I don't know how to integrate it.
I was wondering about something like:
folder.addView("nameOfTheBpelView");

Anyone can help me?

Hi
Marco
Re: Integrating graphical editor into RCP application [message #9812 is a reply to message #9787] Thu, 27 September 2007 19:30 Go to previous message
Michal Chmielewski is currently offline Michal ChmielewskiFriend
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The BPEL editor is an editor and not a view. And as such it cannot live
anywhere else but in the editor area. There are ways around it ... if
you dig in the BPEL editor code there is a section of how we embed text
editors in a view (say the XPath editor embedded in the properties section).

In a nutshell, you would have to create the editor first, give it some
input, then wrap it in a view. That last part is hard to do in Eclipse
but you can read the code for the "workarounds".

-m

napo wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm developing a standalone RCP application with Eclipse 3.3.
> I created all my views and perspective.
> Now, I need to integrate a graphical editor in my application. Something
> like BPEL plugin. But I don't know how to integrate it.
> I was wondering about something like:
> folder.addView("nameOfTheBpelView");
>
> Anyone can help me?
>
> Hi
> Marco
>
>
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