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Re: Adding Code for setting a property programatically [message #137419] Thu, 26 April 2007 13:56
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Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

Solomon,

I don't know enough about VE to answer this question, so I've added the
VE newsgroup to the "to" list and hope they will understand what you are
asking.


Solomon wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am trying to add code using the context menu programatically. I
> have defined a context menu using
> objectClass=" org.eclipse.ve.internal.java.core.IJavaBeanContextMenuContri butor "
>
> I was successful in adding the code for setting a property if it is a
> text property .
> For example,
> EStructuralFeature esf = model.eClass().getEStructuralFeature("name");
> ResourceSet rs = model.eResource().getResourceSet();
> IJavaObjectInstance ijoi = BeanUtilities.createString(rs,"Field1");
> RuledCommandBuilder cb = new
> RuledCommandBuilder(EditDomain.getEditDomain(editpart));
> cb.applyAttributeSetting((EObject) model, esf, ijoi); Command command
> = cb.getCommand(); command.execute();
>
> I also want to add code for setting a property that has a method call
> to a object creation method as the attribute. For Example
>
> field.setProperty(getField2());
>
> Any help in this regards is greatly appreciated.
>
> Thank You and Regards,
> SOLOMON
>
>
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