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JDT - MarkerResolution - How to show HTML content in Proposal window [message #1755406] Fri, 03 March 2017 05:06
Suresh P is currently offline Suresh PFriend
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Registered: May 2013
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Im creating custom Marker solution using JDT/AST.

I have additional data about the resolution that is in HTML format. I would like to show this HTML data in Marker Proposal window (see Attached file).

I have given below the code from getResolutions() method of IMarkerResolutionGenerator2 class. IN this method, the cariable 'resolutionDescription' has the HTML content that need to displayed as additional property of marker resolution.

Can you let me know what changes I have to to do to get the HTML content?

		public IMarkerResolution[] getResolutions(IMarker paramIMarker) {
			IMarkerResolution2[] markerResolutions = null;		
			ArrayList<IMarkerResolution2> markerResolutionsList = new ArrayList<IMarkerResolution2>();
			List<ResolutionType> resolutionTypes = registry.getResolutions();
			Map<String, Set<Integer>> resolutionIndicesMap = registry
			String markerRuleName = paramIMarker.getAttribute(
					MarkerFactory.VIOLATED_RULE_NAME, MarkerFactory.STRING_NA);
			// Handling multiple resolutions for same Rule
			for (Integer resolutionIndex : resolutionIndicesMap.get(markerRuleName)) {
				IConfigurationElement resolutionElement = resolutionTypes.get(
				String resolutionClassName = resolutionElement
				String resolutionRuleInfo = resolutionElement

				String markerRuleDesc= paramIMarker.getAttribute(
						MarkerFactory.VIOLATED_RULE_DESC, MarkerFactory.STRING_NA);

				if (MarkerFactory.STRING_NA.equals(resolutionClassName)
						|| MarkerFactory.STRING_NA.equals(resolutionRuleInfo)) {

					Constructor<?> constructor = (Constructor<?>) Class.forName(
							String.class, String.class);

					if (null == constructor) {
					String resolutionDescription = null;
					if (!MarkerFactory.STRING_NA.equals(markerRuleDesc)) {	       

					Object resolutionClass = constructor.newInstance(
							resolutionRuleInfo, resolutionDescription);

					if (null == resolutionClass
							|| !(resolutionClass instanceof IMarkerResolution2)) {

					markerResolutionsList.add((IMarkerResolution2) resolutionClass);					
			if (!markerResolutionsList.isEmpty()) {
				// Set the fetched results
				markerResolutions = markerResolutionsList
						.toArray(new IMarkerResolution2[markerResolutionsList

			return markerResolutions;

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