Rational Developer for Power Systems Software
V7.6

com.ibm.etools.systems.application.visual.editor.editpolicies
Class CollapseShapeResizableEditPolicy

java.lang.Object
  extended by ResizableShapeEditPolicy
      extended by com.ibm.etools.systems.application.visual.editor.editpolicies.SystemShapeResizableEditPolicy
          extended by com.ibm.etools.systems.application.visual.editor.editpolicies.CollapseShapeResizableEditPolicy

public class CollapseShapeResizableEditPolicy
extends SystemShapeResizableEditPolicy

EditPolicy for collapsable shape editpart.


Field Summary
static String copyright
           
 
Constructor Summary
CollapseShapeResizableEditPolicy()
          Constructor.
 
Method Summary
 Command getCommand(Request request)
          Returns null by default.
 boolean understandsRequest(Request req)
          Returns false by default.
 
Methods inherited from class com.ibm.etools.systems.application.visual.editor.editpolicies.SystemShapeResizableEditPolicy
createSelectionHandles
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

copyright

public static String copyright
Constructor Detail

CollapseShapeResizableEditPolicy

public CollapseShapeResizableEditPolicy()
Constructor.

Method Detail

getCommand

public Command getCommand(Request request)
Returns null by default. null is used to indicate that the EditPolicy does not contribute to the specified Request.

See Also:
org.eclipse.gef.EditPolicy#getCommand(Request)

understandsRequest

public boolean understandsRequest(Request req)
Returns false by default.

See Also:
org.eclipse.gef.EditPolicy#understandsRequest(Request)

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.