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RCP Perspectives Views and Editors [message #1705859] Wed, 19 August 2015 13:57
Ludwig Moser is currently offline Ludwig MoserFriend
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Hello!

I have an RCP application with several perspectives, which contain only views.
now i added birt to my application, which has its own perspective.
all is fine, but when i opened the birt designer - perspective it simply remains open.

Sounds strange, but here an example to explain it better.
my perspectivegot three views:


  1. search
  2. detail (formular)
  3. list (table)


nice and handy.

Swtichting to birts designer perspectiveshows me:


  1. some views in tabfolders
  2. more views in tabfolders
  3. even more views in tabfolders
  4. and centered the Editor, where i can modify my report


so far so good.

when i switch now back to my perspective, all is fine, but the Editor from the Birt perspective keeps open!

i think this is not a birt perspective specific problem (this is why i ask it here and not in the birt-part of this forum)

any ideas how i can get rid of this problem?
NOTE: if i switch between my own perspectives nothing keeps open!

EDIT: i have this line in my Perspective, seems i have to rerun this line, when swtichting to my perspective, but how can i do so?
	public void createInitialLayout(final IPageLayout layout) {
		...
		layout.setEditorAreaVisible(false);
	}

[Updated on: Wed, 19 August 2015 14:02]

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