Oracle Fusion Middleware Java API Reference for Oracle Extension SDK
11g Release 2 (11.1.2.1.0)

E17493-02

oracle.jdevimpl.audit.model
Class UnauditableFileModelAdapter.UnauditableElement

java.lang.Object
  extended by oracle.ide.model.NodeListener
      extended by oracle.jdevimpl.audit.model.UnauditableFileModelAdapter.UnauditableElement
All Implemented Interfaces:
Displayable, Element
Enclosing class:
UnauditableFileModelAdapter

public static class UnauditableFileModelAdapter.UnauditableElement
extends NodeListener
implements Element


Constructor Summary
UnauditableFileModelAdapter.UnauditableElement(Node node)
           
 
Method Summary
 Attributes getAttributes()
          This method returns an Attributes object that encodes the attributes of the Element.
 java.util.Iterator<Element> getChildren()
          This method is part of the Element interface to provide a convenient way of getting an Iterator over any contained child Elements without having to test the object's type with the instanceof operator or having to downcast to a more specific type.
 java.lang.Object getData()
          Returns the data object associated with this Element.
 javax.swing.Icon getIcon()
          Returns an Icon that can be shown in association with this Displayable.
 java.lang.String getLongLabel()
          Returns a long label that can be displayed to the user.
 java.lang.String getShortLabel()
          Returns a short label that can be displayed to the user.
 java.lang.String getToolTipText()
          Returns the tool tip text to show when the mouse pointer pauses over a UI component that represents this Displayable.
 boolean mayHaveChildren()
          This method is part of the Element interface to provide a convenient way of determining whether an object may have children without having to test the object's type with the instanceof operator or having to downcast to a more specific type.
 void nodeOpened(NodeEvent e)
          Called after a Node has been opened.
 
Methods inherited from class oracle.ide.model.NodeListener
invokeLaterIfNeeded, nodeClosed, nodeDeleted, nodeDirtyStateChanged, nodeRenamed, nodeReverted, nodeSaved, nodeWillBeSaved, nodeWillClose, nodeWillOpen
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 
Methods inherited from interface oracle.ide.model.Displayable
toString
 

Constructor Detail

UnauditableFileModelAdapter.UnauditableElement

public UnauditableFileModelAdapter.UnauditableElement(Node node)
Method Detail

nodeOpened

public void nodeOpened(NodeEvent e)
Description copied from class: NodeListener
Called after a Node has been opened.

Overrides:
nodeOpened in class NodeListener
Parameters:
e - the object containing information about this event

mayHaveChildren

public boolean mayHaveChildren()
Description copied from interface: Element
This method is part of the Element interface to provide a convenient way of determining whether an object may have children without having to test the object's type with the instanceof operator or having to downcast to a more specific type.

An implementation of Element that represents a leaf in a tree structure should return false from this method. An implementation of Element that could represent a non-leaf in a tree structure should return true from this method, even if it does not currently contain any children.

Specified by:
mayHaveChildren in interface Element
Returns:
true if this Element may contain child Elements.

getChildren

public java.util.Iterator<Element> getChildren()
Description copied from interface: Element
This method is part of the Element interface to provide a convenient way of getting an Iterator over any contained child Elements without having to test the object's type with the instanceof operator or having to downcast to a more specific type.

An implementation of Element that represents a leaf in a tree structure should return null from this method. An implementation of Element that could represent a non-leaf in a tree structure should return either an Iterator over the child Elements or null if there are no children.

Specified by:
getChildren in interface Element
Returns:
an Iterator over any child Elements contained by this Element. If there are no children, null is returned.

getAttributes

public Attributes getAttributes()
Description copied from interface: Element
This method returns an Attributes object that encodes the attributes of the Element. Changing the attribute settings on the return object changes the element attributes. Subclasses should use their super class attributes object to define their own attributes. This allows subclasses to inherit their super class attributes. If a subclass does not wish to inherit attributes, they should first call getAttributes().clear() and define new attributes.

Specified by:
getAttributes in interface Element

getData

public java.lang.Object getData()
Description copied from interface: Element
Returns the data object associated with this Element. Implementations will often simply return this, since the Element is often its own data object. If the implementation returns an object other than this, be sure to set ElementAttributes.DECORATES_DATA_ELEMENT.

Specified by:
getData in interface Element
Returns:
the data object associated with this Element instance.

getShortLabel

public java.lang.String getShortLabel()
Description copied from interface: Displayable
Returns a short label that can be displayed to the user. Generally, the value of the returned String is considered translatable and should therefore be placed in an appropriate resource file. When possible, the returned label should be reasonably short enough to show in the navigator or explorer windows but long enough to clearly identify and distinguish the Displayable.

Specified by:
getShortLabel in interface Displayable
Returns:
a short descriptive label of the Displayable that can be shown to the user.

getLongLabel

public java.lang.String getLongLabel()
Description copied from interface: Displayable
Returns a long label that can be displayed to the user. Generally, the value of the returned String is considered translatable and should therefore be placed in an appropriate resource file. The long label differs from the short label essentially on length. Usually the long label will only be shown on-demand and in places where horizontal space is more available. Examples are the status bar and tooltips.

Specified by:
getLongLabel in interface Displayable
Returns:
a long descriptive label of the Displayable that can be shown to the user.

getIcon

public javax.swing.Icon getIcon()
Description copied from interface: Displayable
Returns an Icon that can be shown in association with this Displayable. Typically the icon will be used in a tree control or list control. Therefore the icon must fit naturally within the space normally given to items within those controls. Such icons are usually 16x16 in size or, if there is a one-pixel transparent padding around the edge, 18x18 in size. It is strongly recommended that icons returned by this method be either 16x16 or 18x18 in size. If null is returned, the control may show a default icon, or it may show no icon, whichever is appropriate.

Specified by:
getIcon in interface Displayable
Returns:
the Icon to be displayed for the Displayable.

getToolTipText

public java.lang.String getToolTipText()
Description copied from interface: Displayable
Returns the tool tip text to show when the mouse pointer pauses over a UI component that represents this Displayable. In many cases it may be appropriate for this method to return the same value as Displayable.getLongLabel().

Specified by:
getToolTipText in interface Displayable
Returns:
the tooltip to show when the mouse pointer pauses over a UI component that represents this Displayable.

Oracle Fusion Middleware Java API Reference for Oracle Extension SDK
11g Release 2 (11.1.2.1.0)

E17493-02

Copyright © 1997, 2011, Oracle. All rights reserved.