Rational Developer for Power Systems Software
V7.6

Package com.ibm.etools.iseries.editor

Interface Summary
IISeriesEditorConstantsCL  
IISeriesEditorConstantsDDS  
IISeriesEditorConstantsRPG  
IISeriesEditorConstantsRPGILE  
IISeriesEditorConstantsRPGILEModel  
IISeriesEditorConstantsRPGOPM  
IISeriesEditorFormatLine Implemented by format line rulers.
IISeriesRPGWizardConstants  
 

Class Summary
ActionOpenInclude This class is used to open an include for a file (or copy book, or copy member)
ISeriesEditorCOBOLPrompter This class interfaces to the prompter view.
ISeriesEditorCOBOLSourceViewerConfiguration This class overwrites getLpexContentAssistant of LpexSourceViewer for code assist of COBOL.
ISeriesEditorCobolSyntaxChecker  
ISeriesEditorDDSRangeSelector Listens for the selection of a DDS construct in the model and highlights the corresponding range of lines in the editor to show the extent of that construct
ISeriesEditorDefaultSourceViewerConfiguration Configuration for code assist
ISeriesEditorPrompter This abstract base class is the interface between a prompt view and the editor.
ISeriesEditorPromptFieldData A structure that contains information about a field, its string identifier, its label, its position, its length, and an optional list of string choices.
ISeriesEditorPromptGroup This class represents a group of displayable prompt pages.
ISeriesEditorRPGILEModel Create an Outline view for ILE RPG
ISeriesEditorRPGILEModelBuildJob Job to run the verifier on a worker thread so the outline view can be updated asynchronously.
ISeriesEditorRPGILEModelUIJob Class for updating the outline view on the UI thread after a refresh
SQLHelpHandler This class extends SystemTextEditorHelpHandler to add support for pressing help on SQL error messages.
 


Rational Developer for Power Systems Software
V7.6

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Note: This documentation is for part of an interim API that is still under development and expected to change significantly before reaching stability. It is being made available at this early stage to solicit feedback from pioneering adopters on the understanding that any code that uses this API will almost certainly be broken (repeatedly) as the API evolves.