|Re: [CDO] Open Resource Dialog [message #1227490 is a reply to message #1191023]
||Sat, 04 January 2014 17:49
|| Eike Stepper
Registered: July 2009
Sorry for the late reply. I don't monitor this forum so carefully because CDO questions are normally answered in the EMF
Am 16.11.2013 23:41, schrieb scott@xxxxxxxx:
> Is there a dialog available for browsing a CDO repository, navigating through the directory tree and selecting a
Where/how would this dialog be used? How would it determine the repo(s) to be used? And more importantly, in case
audting or branching is available for these repos, how would it determine the CDOViews to be used for these repos?
> The dialog would return a valid CDO URI for the application to open / save / save as. Similar to the CDO Session View,
> but embedded in a Dialog.
It's very easy for a given CDOView to fill its folders and resources, starting at the view's root resource, into any
TreeViewer. Converting the selected resource into a URI is normally easy, too. But there are two types of CDO URIs:
1) canonical URIs that rely on that particular CDOView to be already registered with the resource set (i.e. they carry
no connection information) and
2) connection-aware URIs that are able to open the needed CDOView and register it with the resource set.
I'm not sure how save or save as can be related in the context of CDO.
> I've found the Dawn New Resource Wizard, which has some embedded node choosers that are close, but would require some
> refactoring to work for both opening and saving.
I'm not a Dawn expert but I recall that they have something like their own CDOView registry that might be used to
determine what resources to offer.
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