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How can I provide variables for property tests to create dynamic help content [message #725667] Thu, 15 September 2011 13:49
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Registered: September 2011
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User assistance provides two variables (platform and workbench) which can be used for property tests to determine the enablement of an element in the documentation. Furthermore you can define a property tester via the extension point org.eclipse.core.expressions.propertyTesters.

My question is how i can provide a new variable (eg. myVariable) which i wnat to use in my property tester, so that i can enable/disable an element in my XHTML-file?

<p>
<enablement>
<with variable="myVariable">
<test property="my.namespace.propertyName" value="expectedValue"/>
</with>
</enablement>
This paragraph should only be displayed when my provided varibale passes the test.
</p>
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