Java Code Examples for org.eclipse.jface.dialogs.MessageDialog.QUESTION_WITH_CANCEL

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Example 1
Project: neoscada   File: ConfirmationDialogFuture.java   Source Code and License Vote up 5 votes
private Boolean showDialog ( final ConfirmationCallback cb, final Display display, final Shell parentShell, final String dialogTitle )
{
    switch ( cb.getConfirmationType () )
    {
        case CONFIRM:
            return MessageDialog.openConfirm ( parentShell, dialogTitle, cb.getLabel () ) ? true : null;
        case ERROR:
            MessageDialog.openError ( parentShell, dialogTitle, cb.getLabel () );
            return true;
        case WARNING:
            MessageDialog.openWarning ( parentShell, dialogTitle, cb.getLabel () );
            return true;
        case INFORMATION:
            MessageDialog.openInformation ( parentShell, dialogTitle, cb.getLabel () );
            return true;
        case QUESTION:
            return MessageDialog.openQuestion ( parentShell, dialogTitle, cb.getLabel () );
        case QUESTION_WITH_CANCEL:
        {
            final MessageDialog dialog = new MessageDialog ( parentShell, dialogTitle, null, cb.getLabel (), MessageDialog.QUESTION_WITH_CANCEL, new String[] { IDialogConstants.YES_LABEL, IDialogConstants.NO_LABEL, IDialogConstants.CANCEL_LABEL }, 0 );
            final int result = dialog.open ();
            if ( result == 2 /*CANCEL*/)
            {
                return null;
            }
            else
            {
                return result == Window.OK;
            }
        }
        default:
            throw new IllegalArgumentException ( String.format ( "Unable to process type: %s", cb.getConfirmationType () ) );
    }
}