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Declarative lightweight decorator [message #684848] Thu, 16 June 2011 10:46
Giovanni De Sossi is currently offline Giovanni De SossiFriend
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Registered: October 2009
Location: Rome, Italy
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Hi,

I've implemented custom declarative lightweight decorator in my RCP application, but I cannot obtain to enable it based on "objectState". That's my plugin.xml relevant snippet:

<decorator
lightweight="true"
location="BOTTOM_LEFT"
label="Label"
icon="icons/[some_pic].gif"
state="true"
id="xxx.mycompany.MyObjectDecorator">
<description>
Indicates whether an object is...
</description>
<enablement>
<and>
<objectClass
name="xxx.mycompany.MyObject"/>
<objectState name="[xxx]BooleanProperty" value="false"/>
</and>
</enablement>
</decorator>

The "objectClass" entry works fine, the "objectState" entry was ignored.....any help?

Thank you,

Giovanni
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