Graphical Modeling Framework Runtime in Java

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CHAPTER 10 Graphical Modeling Framework Runtime
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<!ELEMENT Priority EMPTY> <!ATTLIST Priority name (Lowest|Low|Medium|High|Highest) >
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name The name of the provider priority Lowest, Low, Medium, High, or Highest
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<!ELEMENT AdapterType (TransferId+)> <!ATTLIST AdapterType operation (drag|drop) >
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operation The adapter type being registered for example, drag or drop
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<!ELEMENT TransferId EMPTY> <!ATTLIST TransferId id CDATA #REQUIRED>
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id The unique transfer ID for the transfer agent for example,
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customDataTransfer Examples: The following is an example of the TransferAdapterProvider extension:
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<extension point="orgeclipsegmfruntimecommonuiservicesdnd dragDropListenerProviders"> <DragDropListenerProvider class="orgeclipsetestprojectuiinternalprovidersdnd MyExplorerDNDListenerProvider" id="myexplorerDragDropListenerProvider"> <Priority name="Lowest"/> <ViewId id="orgeclipsetestmodeleruiviewsMyExplorer"> <ElementType class="orgeclipsetestprojectuiinternalproviders explorerMyElement"> <OperationType operation="drag"> <TransferId transferId="selection"/> <TransferId transferId="customData"/> <TransferId transferId="file"/> <TransferId transferId="text"/> <TransferId transferId="richText"/> </OperationType> <OperationType operation="drop"/> <TransferId transferId="selection"/> <TransferId transferId="customData"/> </OperationType>
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104 Services
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</ElementType> </ViewId> </DragDropListenerProvider> </extension>
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API information: The value of the class attribute must represent a subclass of orgeclipse gmfruntimecommoncoreserviceAbstractProvider that implements orgeclipsegmfruntimecommonuiservicesdndcoreITransfer AdapterProvider (such as a subclass of orgeclipsegmfruntime commonuiservicesdndcoreAbstractTransferAdapterProvider) Notes: Diagrams generated using the GMF tooling do not currently use this extension-point
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10420 DiagramEvenBroker Service
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As pointed out in its corresponding extension-point schema documentation, this is an advanced feature of the runtime; only those who understand its potential effects should use it The DiagramEventBrokerService and corresponding provider allow for the contribution of an event broker for diagrams that replaces the default, provided by the class DiagramEventBroker As shown in Figure 10-44, the functionality that the DiagramEventBroker provides is central to the operation of the event model of the diagram within its editing domain, hence the reason for the previous warning
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DiagramEventBrokerProvider Extension-Point
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Identifier: orgeclipsegmfruntimediagramcore diagramEventBrokerProviders Description: This extension-point is intended to be used only by GMF runtime experts because changing the diagram event broker could have severe implications on diagrams that share the same editing domain Configuration markup:
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<!ELEMENT diagramEventBrokerProvider (Priority , editingDomain+)> <!ATTLIST diagramEventBrokerProvider class CDATA #REQUIRED>
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CHAPTER 10 Graphical Modeling Framework Runtime
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class The fully qualified name of the DiagramEventBrokerService class
<!ELEMENT editingDomain EMPTY> <!ATTLIST editingDomain ID CDATA #REQUIRED>
This element defines an editing domain to associate with the DiagramEvent
Broker ID The ID of the editing domain
<!ELEMENT Priority EMPTY> <!ATTLIST Priority name (Lowest|Low|Medium|High|Highest) >
This element defines the priority of the DiagramEventBrokerService name The priority of the provider It can be one of the following values: Lowest, Low, Medium, High, or Highest Dependencies must be considered when choosing the priority
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Examples:
<extension point="orgeclipsegmfruntimediagramcore diagramEventBrokerProviders"> <diagramEventBrokerProvider class="orgeclipsepdetargetdiagram MyDiagramEventBrokerProvider"> <Priority name="Highest"/> <editingDomain ID="orgeclipsepdetargetdiagramEditingDomain"> </editingDomain> </diagramEventBrokerProvider> </extension>
Notes: Diagrams generated using the GMF tooling do not currently use this extension-point Furthermore, this service doesn t appear to be usable
105 Additional Extension-Points
In addition to the extension-points described so far that incorporate the serviceprovider infrastructure, the GMF runtime provides a number of additional extension-points that I define here
1051 ElementTypes
Identifier: orgeclipsegmfruntimeemftypecore elementTypes Description: The orgeclipsegmfruntimeemftypecoreelementTypes extension-point defines application specializations of metamodel types for the following purposes: To extend (but not replace) the basic metamodel editing behavior for elements that match such specializations To contribute icons and display names for such specializations The elementType specializations can be used for menu or tool palette items for element creation You can extend editing behavior by associating an editHelperAdvice to a specialization or by contributing an adviceBinding that binds an edit HelperAdvice to an elementType Edit HelperAdvice is applied before and/or after the behavior that the default metamodel editing behavior provides
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You can create custom elementTypes by declaring an IElementType Factory that is responsible for creating all elementTypes declaring the same kind as the factory Custom parameters can be associated with elementTypes created this way Configuration markup:
<!ELEMENT extension (metamodel* , elementTypeFactory* , specializationType*)> <!ELEMENT metamodel (metamodelType* , specializationType* , adviceBinding*)> <!ATTLIST metamodel nsURI CDATA #REQUIRED>
This element identifies the metamodel for which a set of elementTypes and advice bindings are defined All eClass and eContainmentFeature values specified in the types must be found within this metamodel nsURI The namespace URI of the metamodel
<!ELEMENT elementTypeFactory EMPTY> <!ATTLIST elementTypeFactory factory CDATA #REQUIRED kind CDATA #REQUIRED params CDATA #IMPLIED>
This element contributes a factory that will create elementTypes declaring the same kind as the factory Custom parameters can be associated with elementTypes created this way factory The fully qualified name of a class that implements the org eclipsegmfruntimeemftypecoreIElementTypeFactory kind String identifying the kind of element that this factory will create elementTypes will declare the same kind String if they want to be created by this factory params Comma-separated list of custom parameters that this elementType factory supports Parameter values are read from the element Type element and passed to the factory when they are created
<!ELEMENT metamodelType (param*)> <!ATTLIST metamodelType id CDATA #REQUIRED icon CDATA #IMPLIED name CDATA #IMPLIED