Rational Developer for Power Systems Software
V7.6

Package com.ibm.etools.iseries.rse.ui.dialogs

Interface Summary
IQSYSSaveAsDialog  
 

Class Summary
ISeriesPropertyDialog The class is used to override the preference dialog so that we can display our own title for properties instead of the default preference
QSYSChangeLibraryListEntryDialog  
QSYSHostMessageDialog  
QSYSHostPTFMissingDialog Dialog for displaying the host PTF missing message with a button to allow the user to check for missing PTFs.
QSYSOpenMemberDialog A dialog prompting for a member to open in the JLpex editor.
QSYSRunRemoteCommandOnSubsystemDialog Prompt user for command to run
QSYSSaveAsDialog  
QSYSSelectJobDialog Dialog for allowing users to select a job from a remote iSeries.
QSYSSelectMemberTypeDialog Dialog to prompt for an iSeries Member Type.
QSYSSelectObjectAttrDialog Dialog to prompt for an iSeries Object Attribute.
QSYSSelectObjectTypeDialog Dialog to prompt for an iSeries Object Type.
QSYSSelectQSYSAndRemoteFileOrFolderDialog Dialog for allowing users to select a library, object, member, etc from a remote iSeries or a file or folder from a remote iSeries or universal system.
QSYSSourceMemberLockDialog Dialog to handle a member that has been locked.
QSYSSystemPromptDialog Dialog that prompts the user for an ISeries system.
QSYSUnNamedFilterDialog A dialog that prompts the user for a single NFS filter string, but not for the purpose of creating a named filter.
QSYSVerifyConnectionDialog Dialog for displaying the results of checking that the required host servers are started and PTFs are applied.
SaveFileTransferAndRestoreDialog This dialog is launched when user selects "Restore on iSeries..." on a .savf local file, and it prompts the user for the information we will need to do the action.
SelectQSYSDialog Dialog for allowing users to select a library, object, member, etc from a remote iSeries.
 


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.