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Package com.ibm.etools.iseries.rse.util.clprompter

Interface Summary
CLPrompterResourceConstants Message related constants for CLPrompter.

Class Summary
ClBrowseCommandDialog This dialog is used when the user prompts a command with a wildcard.
ClBuiltInFunction This class is used to parse CL built-in functions;
ClCommandUpdateListener This listener updates the command preview text in the command prompter
ClCommentAttributes This class contains the default attributes used for the Comment parameter when prompting CL commands in edit mode.
ClEnterKeyListener this class handles the enter key behaviour in muli-line text fields as well as handling TABs and line feeds
ClExpression Parses expressions into queriable components.
ClExpressionListener This class is used to identify expressions on entry fields, to parse them and set them (for performa in the parm/qual/elem etc object.
ClFKeyListener Handles the F-keys for the command prompter dialog (except F4):
ClLabelAttributes This class contains the default attributes used for the Label parameter when prompting CL commands in edit mode.
ClLiteral Used to determine literals
CLPrompter This object displays a prompter for a given command string similar to the prompting done by the AS/400 command line.
CLPrompterResources Message bundle class for CLPrompter.
ClScrollBarListener This class is used to ensure that when focus is placed on a field (by tabbing or clicking on it, the field is displayed.
ClSelectivePromptCharacter This class contains the functional information for selective prompts.
CLSyntaxCheck Use this class to verify the syntax of an iSeries CL command without having to prompt.
ClTextLimitListener Port of com.ibm.etools.iseries.core.util.clprompter.ClTextFieldLimit
ClVariable Used to parse variable names!
InternalLoadDocRunnable Internal class for loading command parameter files

Exception Summary

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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.