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Re: [dsdp-tm-dev] Remote Monitor question

Hi Andrey,

At the moment, I'm not sure this view provides all the custom capabilities that you would like.  The first column of the view is treated as special and is hardcoded to "Name", while the other columns are determined from the property descriptors that are available the children of the view.  

As of M5, the SystemTableView is used in place of the SystemTableTreeView for the monitor view part.  In SystemTableView, there is an API:

public void setCurrentColumnWidths(int[] widths);
public void setLastColumnWidths(int[] widths);
This allows you to set the widths.  The first one actually sets the column widths while the second one stores widths for use when the layout needs to be recomputed.

Could you open defects for the problems you see and requirements that you would like to see addressed?

David McKnight    
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Andrey Asadchev <asadchev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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28/02/2007 07:07 PM

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[dsdp-tm-dev] Remote Monitor question


I would like to name the first column in SystemTableTreeView something
other than "Name" (name has secondary importance in my case), set custom
column widths, and use a custom column label provider.  How can I do
this within the monitor framework?

Also there are two bugs with monitor UI:
TreeViewer needs to be refreshed to show all columns.  The first time an
item is monitored, often only first column is shown.
If Monitor view is already opened and an item is then monitored, the
Table covers the Group. Anything that causes resizing of the Group fixes
the layout.  However I tried manually calling redraw and update but that
has no effect.

Version: 3.3.0
Build id: I20070209-1006
RSE 2.0M4

Thank you.

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