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TreeViewer refresh [message #417883] Wed, 11 February 2004 10:09 Go to next message
Omry Yadan is currently offline Omry YadanFriend
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whenever I call TreeViewer refresh method, the tree collapses.
I would like the tree to kepp the expanded nodes expanded after I
refresh, how do I do it?
Re: TreeViewer refresh [message #419085 is a reply to message #417883] Sat, 14 February 2004 16:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: azhurakousky.ejblink.com

TreeViewer has a method
expandAllpublic void expandAll()Expands all nodes of the viewer's tree,
starting with the root. This method is equivalent to
expandToLevel(ALL_LEVELS). After refresh, call it. Works for me

Regards

Alex Zhurakousky

"Omry Yadan" <omry@telmap.com> wrote in message
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> whenever I call TreeViewer refresh method, the tree collapses.
> I would like the tree to kepp the expanded nodes expanded after I
> refresh, how do I do it?
>
Re: TreeViewer refresh [message #419101 is a reply to message #419085] Sun, 15 February 2004 17:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Omry Yadan is currently offline Omry YadanFriend
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I will, but I dont like it very much.
what I would like is the tree not changing state after a refresh.
like eclipse, when I add a class, for example.
any idea how to achieve it?


Alex Zhurakousky wrote:

> TreeViewer has a method
> expandAllpublic void expandAll()Expands all nodes of the viewer's tree,
> starting with the root. This method is equivalent to
> expandToLevel(ALL_LEVELS). After refresh, call it. Works for me
>
> Regards
>
> Alex Zhurakousky
>
> "Omry Yadan" <omry@telmap.com> wrote in message
> news:c0cun2$s78$2@eclipse.org...
>
>>whenever I call TreeViewer refresh method, the tree collapses.
>>I would like the tree to kepp the expanded nodes expanded after I
>>refresh, how do I do it?
>>
>
>
>
Re: TreeViewer refresh [message #451415 is a reply to message #419101] Tue, 01 March 2005 13:44 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: hoeggerand.post.ch

use the method refresh(Object TreeNode) with your node which changed...
it might be faster and updates only the changed part of the tree.
hope it helps

Omry Yadan schrieb:
> I will, but I dont like it very much.
> what I would like is the tree not changing state after a refresh.
> like eclipse, when I add a class, for example.
> any idea how to achieve it?
>
>
> Alex Zhurakousky wrote:
>
>> TreeViewer has a method
>> expandAllpublic void expandAll()Expands all nodes of the viewer's tree,
>> starting with the root. This method is equivalent to
>> expandToLevel(ALL_LEVELS). After refresh, call it. Works for me
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Alex Zhurakousky
>>
>> "Omry Yadan" <omry@telmap.com> wrote in message
>> news:c0cun2$s78$2@eclipse.org...
>>
>>> whenever I call TreeViewer refresh method, the tree collapses.
>>> I would like the tree to kepp the expanded nodes expanded after I
>>> refresh, how do I do it?
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>
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