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As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #17735] Sat, 27 December 2008 18:54 Go to next message
Jose Carlos de Missias is currently offline Jose Carlos de Missias
Messages: 41
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi to all,

Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers, however
the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my widget a
Ridget? I must implement IRidget?

tanks!
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #18455 is a reply to message #17735] Fri, 02 January 2009 12:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Christian Campo is currently offline Christian Campo
Messages: 590
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Jose,

unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to write your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.

Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of Abstract classes that already implement that interface
minus a few methods. So maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what you like to do.

There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even AbstractValueRidget (for textentry fields). These abstract classes
already contain some code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a mapping table for which we currently have no API
:-(. So you need to import that project into your workspace and manuelly edit that class DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.

I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand without explanation.

So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an editable table cell in the past (september). We
(Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more tricky. Because up until now the View creates the
widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the widgets. With Table Cells it is trickier because of
the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need to be able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do that.

That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to do end of January) but could be ready in time after
that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to see how it goes.

Does that help ?

- christian

Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
> Hi to all,
> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers, however
> the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my widget a
> Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>
> tanks!
>
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #18465 is a reply to message #18455] Fri, 02 January 2009 14:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jose Carlos de Missias is currently offline Jose Carlos de Missias
Messages: 41
Registered: July 2009
Member
Christian Campo wrote:

Hi Jose,

unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to write
your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.

Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of Abstract
classes that already implement that interface
minus a few methods. So maybe you like to pick one of these dependending
on what you like to do.

There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even AbstractValueRidget
(for textentry fields). These abstract classes
already contain some code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a
mapping table for which we currently have no API
:-(. So you need to import that project into your workspace and manuelly
edit that class DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.

> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand
without explanation.

> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
editable table cell in the past (september). We
> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more tricky.
Because up until now the View creates the
> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the widgets.
With Table Cells it is trickier because of
> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need to be
able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do that.

> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to do end of
January) but could be ready in time after
> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to see how
it goes.

> Does that help ?

> - christian

> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>> Hi to all,
>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers, however
>> the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my widget a
>> Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>
>> tanks!
>>
Hi Christian,

Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen "RIENA"
technology to concretize my project.

You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable table
cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper to give
Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com), a implement
of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have familiarised enough and
maintained a synergy very good with Sihong Zhu, creator and leader of the
project.

My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached the
conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability for the
project that entries registrational were preferentially through Grid
instead of forms.

I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.

I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.

happy new year !!!

Always Grateful,

José Carlos de Missias
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #18474 is a reply to message #18465] Fri, 02 January 2009 14:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

....think we also have to create custom ridgets in the future,
so an API would be great

and also there should be a place to describe custom ridgets
in the Riena wiki with download link (if Open Source)

ekke

Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
> Christian Campo wrote:
>
> Hi Jose,
>
> unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to write
> your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.
>
> Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of Abstract
> classes that already implement that interface minus a few methods. So
> maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what you like to do.
>
> There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even AbstractValueRidget
> (for textentry fields). These abstract classes already contain some
> code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a mapping table for which
> we currently have no API :-(. So you need to import that project into
> your workspace and manuelly edit that class DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.
>
>> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand
> without explanation.
>
>> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
> editable table cell in the past (september). We
>> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more tricky.
> Because up until now the View creates the
>> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the
>> widgets.
> With Table Cells it is trickier because of
>> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need
>> to be
> able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
>> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do
>> that.
>
>> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to do
>> end of
> January) but could be ready in time after
>> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to
>> see how
> it goes.
>
>> Does that help ?
>
>> - christian
>
>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>> Hi to all,
>>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers,
>>> however the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my
>>> widget a Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>>
>>> tanks!
>>>
> Hi Christian,
>
> Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
> environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen "RIENA"
> technology to concretize my project.
>
> You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable table
> cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper to give
> Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com), a implement
> of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have familiarised enough
> and maintained a synergy very good with Sihong Zhu, creator and leader
> of the project.
>
> My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached the
> conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability for the
> project that entries registrational were preferentially through Grid
> instead of forms.
>
> I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.
>
> I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
> 2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.
>
> happy new year !!!
>
> Always Grateful,
>
> José Carlos de Missias
>
>
>
>
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #18481 is a reply to message #18474] Fri, 02 January 2009 16:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jose Carlos de Missias is currently offline Jose Carlos de Missias
Messages: 41
Registered: July 2009
Member
ekke wrote:

> ....think we also have to create custom ridgets in the future,
> so an API would be great

> and also there should be a place to describe custom ridgets
> in the Riena wiki with download link (if Open Source)

> ekke

> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>> Christian Campo wrote:
>>
>> Hi Jose,
>>
>> unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to write
>> your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.
>>
>> Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of Abstract
>> classes that already implement that interface minus a few methods. So
>> maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what you like to do.
>>
>> There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even AbstractValueRidget
>> (for textentry fields). These abstract classes already contain some
>> code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a mapping table for which
>> we currently have no API :-(. So you need to import that project into
>> your workspace and manuelly edit that class DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.
>>
>>> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand
>> without explanation.
>>
>>> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
>> editable table cell in the past (september). We
>>> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more tricky.
>> Because up until now the View creates the
>>> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the
>>> widgets.
>> With Table Cells it is trickier because of
>>> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need
>>> to be
>> able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
>>> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do
>>> that.
>>
>>> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to do
>>> end of
>> January) but could be ready in time after
>>> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to
>>> see how
>> it goes.
>>
>>> Does that help ?
>>
>>> - christian
>>
>>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>>> Hi to all,
>>>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers,
>>>> however the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my
>>>> widget a Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>>>
>>>> tanks!
>>>>
>> Hi Christian,
>>
>> Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
>> environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen "RIENA"
>> technology to concretize my project.
>>
>> You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable table
>> cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper to give
>> Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com), a implement
>> of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have familiarised enough
>> and maintained a synergy very good with Sihong Zhu, creator and leader
>> of the project.
>>
>> My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached the
>> conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability for the
>> project that entries registrational were preferentially through Grid
>> instead of forms.
>>
>> I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.
>>
>> I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
>> 2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.
>>
>> happy new year !!!
>>
>> Always Grateful,
>>
>> José Carlos de Missias
>>
>>
>>
>>
I agree with Ekke in all its consideration
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #18497 is a reply to message #18481] Mon, 05 January 2009 09:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Christian Campo is currently offline Christian Campo
Messages: 590
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
> ekke wrote:
>
>> ....think we also have to create custom ridgets in the future,
>> so an API would be great
>
>> and also there should be a place to describe custom ridgets
>> in the Riena wiki with download link (if Open Source)
>
>> ekke
>
>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>> Christian Campo wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Jose,
>>>
>>> unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to
>>> write your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.
>>>
>>> Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of
>>> Abstract classes that already implement that interface minus a few
>>> methods. So maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what
>>> you like to do.
>>>
>>> There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even
>>> AbstractValueRidget (for textentry fields). These abstract classes
>>> already contain some code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a
>>> mapping table for which we currently have no API :-(. So you need to
>>> import that project into your workspace and manuelly edit that class
>>> DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.
>>>
>>>> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand
>>> without explanation.
>>>
>>>> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
>>> editable table cell in the past (september). We
>>>> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more
>>>> tricky.
>>> Because up until now the View creates the
>>>> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the
>>>> widgets.
>>> With Table Cells it is trickier because of
>>>> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need
>>>> to be
>>> able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
>>>> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do
>>>> that.
>>>
>>>> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to
>>>> do end of
>>> January) but could be ready in time after
>>>> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to
>>>> see how
>>> it goes.
>>>
>>>> Does that help ?
>>>
>>>> - christian
>>>
>>>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>>>> Hi to all,
>>>>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers,
>>>>> however the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make
>>>>> my widget a Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>>>>
>>>>> tanks!
>>>>>
>>> Hi Christian,
>>>
>>> Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
>>> environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen
>>> "RIENA" technology to concretize my project.
>>>
>>> You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable
>>> table cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper to
>>> give Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com), a
>>> implement of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have
>>> familiarised enough and maintained a synergy very good with Sihong
>>> Zhu, creator and leader of the project.
>>>
>>> My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached the
>>> conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability for
>>> the project that entries registrational were preferentially through
>>> Grid instead of forms.
>>>
>>> I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.
>>>
>>> I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
>>> 2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.
>>>
>>> happy new year !!!
>>>
>>> Always Grateful,
>>>
>>> José Carlos de Missias
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
> I agree with Ekke in all its consideration
>
Cool and good that you love Riena. It is really a lot of motivation for us !!!

The way to get something from us or request something is really Bugzilla. So I think having Custom Ridgets and
have an open API for that is a very good point and we will do it sooner or later. It would be good if either of you
interested in this, would open a Bugzilla.

The newsgroup is for discussion, we dont derive our task list from it but we look at the bugzilla entries.

regards
christian
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #18515 is a reply to message #18497] Mon, 05 January 2009 09:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

Christian Campo schrieb:
> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>> ekke wrote:
>>
>>> ....think we also have to create custom ridgets in the future,
>>> so an API would be great
>>
>>> and also there should be a place to describe custom ridgets
>>> in the Riena wiki with download link (if Open Source)
>>
>>> ekke
>>
>>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>>> Christian Campo wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi Jose,
>>>>
>>>> unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to
>>>> write your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.
>>>>
>>>> Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of
>>>> Abstract classes that already implement that interface minus a few
>>>> methods. So maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what
>>>> you like to do.
>>>>
>>>> There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even
>>>> AbstractValueRidget (for textentry fields). These abstract classes
>>>> already contain some code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a
>>>> mapping table for which we currently have no API :-(. So you need to
>>>> import that project into your workspace and manuelly edit that class
>>>> DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.
>>>>
>>>>> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to
>>>>> understand
>>>> without explanation.
>>>>
>>>>> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
>>>> editable table cell in the past (september). We
>>>>> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more
>>>>> tricky.
>>>> Because up until now the View creates the
>>>>> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the
>>>>> widgets.
>>>> With Table Cells it is trickier because of
>>>>> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you
>>>>> need to be
>>>> able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
>>>>> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can
>>>>> do that.
>>>>
>>>>> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to
>>>>> do end of
>>>> January) but could be ready in time after
>>>>> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have
>>>>> to see how
>>>> it goes.
>>>>
>>>>> Does that help ?
>>>>
>>>>> - christian
>>>>
>>>>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>>>>> Hi to all,
>>>>>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers,
>>>>>> however the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make
>>>>>> my widget a Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> tanks!
>>>>>>
>>>> Hi Christian,
>>>>
>>>> Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
>>>> environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen
>>>> "RIENA" technology to concretize my project.
>>>>
>>>> You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable
>>>> table cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper
>>>> to give Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com),
>>>> a implement of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have
>>>> familiarised enough and maintained a synergy very good with Sihong
>>>> Zhu, creator and leader of the project.
>>>>
>>>> My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached
>>>> the conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability
>>>> for the project that entries registrational were preferentially
>>>> through Grid instead of forms.
>>>>
>>>> I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.
>>>>
>>>> I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
>>>> 2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.
>>>>
>>>> happy new year !!!
>>>>
>>>> Always Grateful,
>>>>
>>>> José Carlos de Missias
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>> I agree with Ekke in all its consideration
>>
> Cool and good that you love Riena. It is really a lot of motivation for
> us !!!
>
> The way to get something from us or request something is really
> Bugzilla. So I think having Custom Ridgets and
> have an open API for that is a very good point and we will do it sooner
> or later. It would be good if either of you
> interested in this, would open a Bugzilla.
>
> The newsgroup is for discussion, we dont derive our task list from it
> but we look at the bugzilla entries.
>
> regards
> christian
>
Bugzilla 259937 opened

ekke
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #18523 is a reply to message #18515] Mon, 05 January 2009 19:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jose Carlos de Missias is currently offline Jose Carlos de Missias
Messages: 41
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Member
Cool Ekke, thanks :-)

I take the opportunity to say that I very much appreciate his work in her
blog, as you are committed disseminate their progress with Riena and other
technologies. I'm spectator frequent her blog :-)

Admirable work! I recommend all visit: http://ekkes-corner.blogspot.com/
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #22597 is a reply to message #18515] Mon, 09 March 2009 15:04 Go to previous message
Frank Schepp is currently offline Frank Schepp
Messages: 14
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Bugzilla 259937 is fixed. For custom ridget documentation see wiki
http://wiki.eclipse.org/Riena_Custom_Ridgets#Custom_ridgets

frank
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #577531 is a reply to message #17735] Fri, 02 January 2009 12:19 Go to previous message
Christian Campo is currently offline Christian Campo
Messages: 590
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Jose,

unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to write your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.

Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of Abstract classes that already implement that interface
minus a few methods. So maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what you like to do.

There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even AbstractValueRidget (for textentry fields). These abstract classes
already contain some code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a mapping table for which we currently have no API
:-(. So you need to import that project into your workspace and manuelly edit that class DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.

I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand without explanation.

So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an editable table cell in the past (september). We
(Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more tricky. Because up until now the View creates the
widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the widgets. With Table Cells it is trickier because of
the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need to be able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do that.

That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to do end of January) but could be ready in time after
that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to see how it goes.

Does that help ?

- christian

Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
> Hi to all,
> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers, however
> the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my widget a
> Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>
> tanks!
>
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #577553 is a reply to message #18455] Fri, 02 January 2009 14:10 Go to previous message
Jose Carlos de Missias is currently offline Jose Carlos de Missias
Messages: 41
Registered: July 2009
Member
Christian Campo wrote:

Hi Jose,

unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to write
your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.

Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of Abstract
classes that already implement that interface
minus a few methods. So maybe you like to pick one of these dependending
on what you like to do.

There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even AbstractValueRidget
(for textentry fields). These abstract classes
already contain some code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a
mapping table for which we currently have no API
:-(. So you need to import that project into your workspace and manuelly
edit that class DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.

> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand
without explanation.

> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
editable table cell in the past (september). We
> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more tricky.
Because up until now the View creates the
> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the widgets.
With Table Cells it is trickier because of
> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need to be
able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do that.

> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to do end of
January) but could be ready in time after
> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to see how
it goes.

> Does that help ?

> - christian

> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>> Hi to all,
>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers, however
>> the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my widget a
>> Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>
>> tanks!
>>
Hi Christian,

Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen "RIENA"
technology to concretize my project.

You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable table
cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper to give
Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com), a implement
of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have familiarised enough and
maintained a synergy very good with Sihong Zhu, creator and leader of the
project.

My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached the
conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability for the
project that entries registrational were preferentially through Grid
instead of forms.

I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.

I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.

happy new year !!!

Always Grateful,

José Carlos de Missias
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #577578 is a reply to message #18465] Fri, 02 January 2009 14:47 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

....think we also have to create custom ridgets in the future,
so an API would be great

and also there should be a place to describe custom ridgets
in the Riena wiki with download link (if Open Source)

ekke

Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
> Christian Campo wrote:
>
> Hi Jose,
>
> unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to write
> your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.
>
> Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of Abstract
> classes that already implement that interface minus a few methods. So
> maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what you like to do.
>
> There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even AbstractValueRidget
> (for textentry fields). These abstract classes already contain some
> code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a mapping table for which
> we currently have no API :-(. So you need to import that project into
> your workspace and manuelly edit that class DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.
>
>> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand
> without explanation.
>
>> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
> editable table cell in the past (september). We
>> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more tricky.
> Because up until now the View creates the
>> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the
>> widgets.
> With Table Cells it is trickier because of
>> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need
>> to be
> able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
>> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do
>> that.
>
>> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to do
>> end of
> January) but could be ready in time after
>> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to
>> see how
> it goes.
>
>> Does that help ?
>
>> - christian
>
>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>> Hi to all,
>>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers,
>>> however the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my
>>> widget a Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>>
>>> tanks!
>>>
> Hi Christian,
>
> Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
> environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen "RIENA"
> technology to concretize my project.
>
> You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable table
> cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper to give
> Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com), a implement
> of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have familiarised enough
> and maintained a synergy very good with Sihong Zhu, creator and leader
> of the project.
>
> My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached the
> conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability for the
> project that entries registrational were preferentially through Grid
> instead of forms.
>
> I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.
>
> I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
> 2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.
>
> happy new year !!!
>
> Always Grateful,
>
> José Carlos de Missias
>
>
>
>
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #577596 is a reply to message #18474] Fri, 02 January 2009 16:41 Go to previous message
Jose Carlos de Missias is currently offline Jose Carlos de Missias
Messages: 41
Registered: July 2009
Member
ekke wrote:

> ....think we also have to create custom ridgets in the future,
> so an API would be great

> and also there should be a place to describe custom ridgets
> in the Riena wiki with download link (if Open Source)

> ekke

> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>> Christian Campo wrote:
>>
>> Hi Jose,
>>
>> unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to write
>> your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.
>>
>> Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of Abstract
>> classes that already implement that interface minus a few methods. So
>> maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what you like to do.
>>
>> There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even AbstractValueRidget
>> (for textentry fields). These abstract classes already contain some
>> code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a mapping table for which
>> we currently have no API :-(. So you need to import that project into
>> your workspace and manuelly edit that class DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.
>>
>>> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand
>> without explanation.
>>
>>> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
>> editable table cell in the past (september). We
>>> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more tricky.
>> Because up until now the View creates the
>>> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the
>>> widgets.
>> With Table Cells it is trickier because of
>>> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need
>>> to be
>> able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
>>> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do
>>> that.
>>
>>> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to do
>>> end of
>> January) but could be ready in time after
>>> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to
>>> see how
>> it goes.
>>
>>> Does that help ?
>>
>>> - christian
>>
>>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>>> Hi to all,
>>>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers,
>>>> however the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make my
>>>> widget a Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>>>
>>>> tanks!
>>>>
>> Hi Christian,
>>
>> Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
>> environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen "RIENA"
>> technology to concretize my project.
>>
>> You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable table
>> cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper to give
>> Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com), a implement
>> of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have familiarised enough
>> and maintained a synergy very good with Sihong Zhu, creator and leader
>> of the project.
>>
>> My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached the
>> conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability for the
>> project that entries registrational were preferentially through Grid
>> instead of forms.
>>
>> I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.
>>
>> I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
>> 2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.
>>
>> happy new year !!!
>>
>> Always Grateful,
>>
>> José Carlos de Missias
>>
>>
>>
>>
I agree with Ekke in all its consideration
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #577637 is a reply to message #18481] Mon, 05 January 2009 09:29 Go to previous message
Christian Campo is currently offline Christian Campo
Messages: 590
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
> ekke wrote:
>
>> ....think we also have to create custom ridgets in the future,
>> so an API would be great
>
>> and also there should be a place to describe custom ridgets
>> in the Riena wiki with download link (if Open Source)
>
>> ekke
>
>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>> Christian Campo wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Jose,
>>>
>>> unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to
>>> write your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.
>>>
>>> Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of
>>> Abstract classes that already implement that interface minus a few
>>> methods. So maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what
>>> you like to do.
>>>
>>> There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even
>>> AbstractValueRidget (for textentry fields). These abstract classes
>>> already contain some code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a
>>> mapping table for which we currently have no API :-(. So you need to
>>> import that project into your workspace and manuelly edit that class
>>> DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.
>>>
>>>> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to understand
>>> without explanation.
>>>
>>>> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
>>> editable table cell in the past (september). We
>>>> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more
>>>> tricky.
>>> Because up until now the View creates the
>>>> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the
>>>> widgets.
>>> With Table Cells it is trickier because of
>>>> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you need
>>>> to be
>>> able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
>>>> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can do
>>>> that.
>>>
>>>> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to
>>>> do end of
>>> January) but could be ready in time after
>>>> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have to
>>>> see how
>>> it goes.
>>>
>>>> Does that help ?
>>>
>>>> - christian
>>>
>>>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>>>> Hi to all,
>>>>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers,
>>>>> however the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make
>>>>> my widget a Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>>>>
>>>>> tanks!
>>>>>
>>> Hi Christian,
>>>
>>> Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
>>> environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen
>>> "RIENA" technology to concretize my project.
>>>
>>> You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable
>>> table cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper to
>>> give Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com), a
>>> implement of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have
>>> familiarised enough and maintained a synergy very good with Sihong
>>> Zhu, creator and leader of the project.
>>>
>>> My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached the
>>> conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability for
>>> the project that entries registrational were preferentially through
>>> Grid instead of forms.
>>>
>>> I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.
>>>
>>> I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
>>> 2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.
>>>
>>> happy new year !!!
>>>
>>> Always Grateful,
>>>
>>> José Carlos de Missias
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
> I agree with Ekke in all its consideration
>
Cool and good that you love Riena. It is really a lot of motivation for us !!!

The way to get something from us or request something is really Bugzilla. So I think having Custom Ridgets and
have an open API for that is a very good point and we will do it sooner or later. It would be good if either of you
interested in this, would open a Bugzilla.

The newsgroup is for discussion, we dont derive our task list from it but we look at the bugzilla entries.

regards
christian
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #577674 is a reply to message #18497] Mon, 05 January 2009 09:43 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

Christian Campo schrieb:
> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>> ekke wrote:
>>
>>> ....think we also have to create custom ridgets in the future,
>>> so an API would be great
>>
>>> and also there should be a place to describe custom ridgets
>>> in the Riena wiki with download link (if Open Source)
>>
>>> ekke
>>
>>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>>> Christian Campo wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi Jose,
>>>>
>>>> unfortunatelly we dont yet have a cookbook what you need to do to
>>>> write your own ridget. But I try help you little bit.
>>>>
>>>> Yes a ridget must implement IRidget. However there a number of
>>>> Abstract classes that already implement that interface minus a few
>>>> methods. So maybe you like to pick one of these dependending on what
>>>> you like to do.
>>>>
>>>> There is AbstractRidget, AbstractSWTRidget or even
>>>> AbstractValueRidget (for textentry fields). These abstract classes
>>>> already contain some code. Then you need to add that new Ridget to a
>>>> mapping table for which we currently have no API :-(. So you need to
>>>> import that project into your workspace and manuelly edit that class
>>>> DefaultSwtControlRidgetMapper.
>>>>
>>>>> I am sure that code in initDefaultMappings is easy enough to
>>>>> understand
>>>> without explanation.
>>>>
>>>>> So these are the basics. However I vaguely remember that you wanted an
>>>> editable table cell in the past (september). We
>>>>> (Elias) are currently looking into that and that is a little more
>>>>> tricky.
>>>> Because up until now the View creates the
>>>>> widgets and the control programs against the ridgets to control the
>>>>> widgets.
>>>> With Table Cells it is trickier because of
>>>>> the dynamic nature of tables. Rows are added at runtime and you
>>>>> need to be
>>>> able to create Ridgets and Widgets from the
>>>>> controller. As I said Elias is currently investigating how we can
>>>>> do that.
>>>>
>>>>> That feature will like not end up in Release 1.0 (which we hope to
>>>>> do end of
>>>> January) but could be ready in time after
>>>>> that when we release 1.1. with the Galileo release train. We have
>>>>> to see how
>>>> it goes.
>>>>
>>>>> Does that help ?
>>>>
>>>>> - christian
>>>>
>>>>> Jose Carlos de Missias schrieb:
>>>>>> Hi to all,
>>>>>> Precise manipulate a specific widget in my SubModuleControllers,
>>>>>> however the environment of Riena only accepts Ridget. How to make
>>>>>> my widget a Ridget? I must implement IRidget?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> tanks!
>>>>>>
>>>> Hi Christian,
>>>>
>>>> Their explanation helped me a lot to extend my knowledge about the
>>>> environment RIENA, which I am loving work and happy have chosen
>>>> "RIENA" technology to concretize my project.
>>>>
>>>> You this true, in the past in September 2008, I asked on editable
>>>> table cell, and this Widget which I would like to create a wrapper
>>>> to give Ridget characteristics is the AgileGrid (www.agilemore.com),
>>>> a implement of table control based on the Eclipse SWT, I have
>>>> familiarised enough and maintained a synergy very good with Sihong
>>>> Zhu, creator and leader of the project.
>>>>
>>>> My project is a tool of BI, I and my two partners we have reached
>>>> the conclusion that it is a characteristic indispensable useability
>>>> for the project that entries registrational were preferentially
>>>> through Grid instead of forms.
>>>>
>>>> I will follow their tips and I will keep you and all of my advances.
>>>>
>>>> I wish you, much success, peace and harmony, and that
>>>> 2009 be a year full of dreams implemented.
>>>>
>>>> happy new year !!!
>>>>
>>>> Always Grateful,
>>>>
>>>> José Carlos de Missias
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>> I agree with Ekke in all its consideration
>>
> Cool and good that you love Riena. It is really a lot of motivation for
> us !!!
>
> The way to get something from us or request something is really
> Bugzilla. So I think having Custom Ridgets and
> have an open API for that is a very good point and we will do it sooner
> or later. It would be good if either of you
> interested in this, would open a Bugzilla.
>
> The newsgroup is for discussion, we dont derive our task list from it
> but we look at the bugzilla entries.
>
> regards
> christian
>
Bugzilla 259937 opened

ekke
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #577688 is a reply to message #18515] Mon, 05 January 2009 19:00 Go to previous message
Jose Carlos de Missias is currently offline Jose Carlos de Missias
Messages: 41
Registered: July 2009
Member
Cool Ekke, thanks :-)

I take the opportunity to say that I very much appreciate his work in her
blog, as you are committed disseminate their progress with Riena and other
technologies. I'm spectator frequent her blog :-)

Admirable work! I recommend all visit: http://ekkes-corner.blogspot.com/
Re: As my Widget may become a Ridget? [message #581122 is a reply to message #18515] Mon, 09 March 2009 15:04 Go to previous message
Frank Schepp is currently offline Frank Schepp
Messages: 14
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Bugzilla 259937 is fixed. For custom ridget documentation see wiki
http://wiki.eclipse.org/Riena_Custom_Ridgets#Custom_ridgets

frank
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