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Connection: how to update control points [message #1794083] Thu, 23 August 2018 09:56
Shenwei Zheng is currently offline Shenwei ZhengFriend
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Registered: December 2016
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Hi all,

I defined a connection with orthogonal router. The start dynamic anchor has a bottom middle computation strategy and the end dynamic anchor has a top middle computation strategy. I added one control point, with which I want to specify the position of the horizontal line of the connection. The left image is what I desired but sometime is came out with the right one.
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related code:
DynamicAnchor startAnchor = new DynamicAnchor(startRectangle);
DynamicAnchor startAnchor = new DynamicAnchor(endRectangle);
startAnchor.setComputationStrategy(new BottomMiddleStrategy(0, 0));
endRectangle.setComputationStrategy(new TopMiddleStrategy(0, 0));

Connection connection = new Connection();
connection.setRouter(new OrthogonalRouter());
connection.setStartAnchor(startAnchor);
connection.setEndAnchor(endAnchor);

connection.addControlPoint(0, new Point(endRectangle.getTranslateX() + endRectangle.getWidth() / 2, endRectangle.getTranslateY() -50);


BottomMiddleStrategy.java
public class BottomMiddleStrategy implements IComputationStrategy
{

  private double offsetWidth;
  private double offsetHeihgt;

  public BottomMiddleStrategy(double offSetWidth, double offSetHeight)
  {
    this.offsetWidth = offSetWidth;
    this.offsetHeihgt = offSetHeight;
  }

  @Override
  public Point computePositionInScene(Node anchorage, Node anchored, Set<Parameter< ? >> parameters)
  {
    double width = anchorage.getLayoutBounds().getWidth() / 2 + anchorage.getLayoutBounds().getMinX() + offsetWidth;
    double height = anchorage.getLayoutBounds().getHeight() + anchorage.getLayoutBounds().getMinY() + offsetHeihgt;
    return NodeUtils.localToScene(anchorage, new Point(width, height));
  }

  @Override
  public Set<Class< ? extends Parameter< ? >>> getRequiredParameters()
  {
    Set<Class< ? extends Parameter< ? >>> parameters = new HashSet<>();
    parameters.add(AnchorageReferenceGeometry.class);
    parameters.add(AnchoredReferencePoint.class);
    return parameters;
  }
}


When the position of start or end is changed, I have to manualy update the control point. I tried three variants:
1. remove my defined control point and add it again. But it looks like there too more control points. As my understanding, when I added a single control point, connection will add other control points to make the connection to be orthogonal. When the 'real' control point is removed, other control points stay in the connection. So this variant will not work. (Not sure if I am correct)
if (connection.getControlPoint(0) != null)
{
  connection.removeControlPoint(0);
}
connection.addControlPoint(0, new Point(endRectangle.getTranslateX() + endRectangle.getWidth() / 2, endRectangle.getTranslateY() -50);


2. remove all controls points and add the defined control point again. But sometimes I got the right image.
connection.removeAllControlPoints();
connection.addControlPoint(0, new Point(endRectangle.getTranslateX() + endRectangle.getWidth() / 2, endRectangle.getTranslateY() -50);

3. based on the second variant, I added a second control point. But I got an exception which I cannot find out where is the problem.
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Index out of range (index: 0, size: 0).
	at org.eclipse.gef.fx.nodes.Connection.removeControlPoint(Connection.java:1499)
	at org.eclipse.gef.fx.nodes.Connection.removeAllControlPoints(Connection.java:1391)	


Maybe there is a simple way to have a orthogonal connection as I desired. Does someone have a better solution? Thank you.

Best Regards
Shenwei

[Updated on: Thu, 23 August 2018 09:59]

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