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package org.apache.cayenne.modeler.action;
import  org.apache.cayenne.project.NamedObjectFactory;
import  org.apache.cayenne.project.ProjectPath;

Action class to create a new stored procedure mapping.

Andrei Adamchik
public class CreateProcedureAction extends CayenneAction {
    public static String getActionName() {
        return "Create Stored Procedure";
    public CreateProcedureAction(Application application) {
        super(getActionName(), application);
    public void performAction(ActionEvent e) {
        ProjectController mediator = getProjectController();
        Procedure procedure = createProcedure(mediator.getCurrentDataMap());
        mediator.fireProcedureEvent(new ProcedureEvent(thisprocedure, MapEvent.ADD));
        mediator.fireProcedureDisplayEvent(new ProcedureDisplayEvent(
    protected Procedure createProcedure(DataMap map) {
        Procedure procedure = (Procedure) NamedObjectFactory.createObject(
        return procedure;

Returns true if path contains a DataMap object.
    public boolean enableForPath(ProjectPath path) {
        if (path == null) {
            return false;
        return path.firstInstanceOf(DataMap.class) != null;
    public String getIconName() {
        return "icon-stored-procedure.gif";
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