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 package org.apache.cayenne.modeler.action;
 import java.awt.Frame;
Modeler action that imports a DataMap into a project from an arbitrary location.

Andrei Adamchik
 public class ImportDataMapAction extends CayenneAction {
     private static Logger logObj = Logger.getLogger(ImportDataMapAction.class);
     public static String getActionName() {
         return "Import DataMap";
     public ImportDataMapAction(Application application) {
         super(getActionName(), application);
     public void performAction(ActionEvent e) {
     protected void importDataMap() {
         File dataMapFile = selectDataMap(Application.getFrame());
         if (dataMapFile == null) {
         try {
             // configure resource locator to take absolute path
             MapLoader mapLoader = new MapLoader() {
                 protected ResourceLocator configLocator() {
                     ResourceLocator locator = new ResourceLocator();
                     return locator;
             DataMap newMap = mapLoader.loadDataMap(dataMapFile.getAbsolutePath());
             DataDomain domain = getProjectController().getCurrentDataDomain();
             if (newMap.getName() != null) {
             else {
         catch (Exception ex) {
             .info("Error importing DataMap."ex);
                    "Error reading DataMap: " + ex.getMessage(),
                    "Can't Open DataMap",
    protected File selectDataMap(Frame f) {
        // find start directory in preferences
        FSPath lastDir = getApplication().getFrameController().getLastDirectory();
        // configure dialog
        JFileChooser chooser = new JFileChooser();
        int status = chooser.showDialog(f"Select DataMap");
        if (status == .) {
            File file = chooser.getSelectedFile();
            // save to preferences...
            return file;
        return null;
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