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 package org.apache.cayenne.modeler.action;
 import java.awt.Frame;
 import  org.apache.log4j.Logger;
 import  org.apache.cayenne.CayenneRuntimeException;
 import  org.apache.cayenne.conf.Configuration;
 import  org.apache.cayenne.project.ApplicationProject;
 import  org.apache.cayenne.project.DataMapProject;
 import  org.apache.cayenne.project.Project;
 import  org.apache.cayenne.project.ProjectFile;

File chooser panel used to select a directory to store project files.

Andrei Adamchik
 class ProjectOpener extends JFileChooser {
     private static final Logger logObj = Logger.getLogger(ProjectOpener.class);

Selects a directory to store the project.
     File newProjectDir(Frame f, Project p) {
         if (p instanceof ApplicationProject) {
             // configure for application project
             return newProjectDir(f, Configuration.DEFAULT_DOMAIN_FILE, FileFilters
         else if (p instanceof DataMapProject) {
             // configure for DataMap project
             ProjectFile projFileWrapper = p.projectFileForObject(p);
             return newProjectDir(fprojFileWrapper.getLocation(), FileFilters
         else {
             String message = (p == null)
                     ? "Null project."
                     : "Unrecognized project class: " + p.getClass().getName();
             throw new CayenneRuntimeException(message);
     File newProjectDir(Frame fString locationFileFilter filter) {
         // configure dialog
         setDialogTitle("Select Project Directory");
         // preselect current directory
         if (getCurrentDirectory() != null) {
         // configure filters
         // allow users to see directories with cayenne.xml files
         File selectedDir;
         while (true) {
             int status = showDialog(f"Select");
             selectedDir = getSelectedFile();
             if (status != . || selectedDir == null) {
                 .info("Save canceled.");
                 return null;
             // normalize selection
             .info("Selected: " + selectedDir);
             if (!selectedDir.isDirectory()) {
                selectedDir = getSelectedFile().getParentFile();
            // check for overwrite
            File projectFile = new File(selectedDirlocation);
            if (projectFile.exists()) {
                OverwriteDialog dialog = new OverwriteDialog(projectFilef);
                if (dialog.shouldOverwrite()) {
                else if (dialog.shouldSelectAnother()) {
                else {
                    // canceled
                    return null;
            else {
        return selectedDir;

Runs a dialog to open Cayenne project.
    File openProjectFile(Frame f) {
        // configure dialog
        setDialogTitle("Select Project File");
        // configure filters
        // default to App projects
        int status = showOpenDialog(f);
        if (status != .) {
            return null;
        return getSelectedFile();

Returns directory where file search should start. This is either coming from saved preferences, or a current directory is used.
        // find start directory in preferences
        File existingDir = Application
        if (existingDir == null) {
            // go to current dir...
            existingDir = new File(System.getProperty("user.dir"));
        return existingDir;
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