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 package org.apache.cayenne.modeler.action;
 
 
 

Author(s):
Andrei Adamchik
 
 public class CreateNodeAction extends CayenneAction {
 
     public static String getActionName() {
         return "Create DataNode";
     }

    
Constructor for CreateNodeAction.

Parameters:
name
 
     public CreateNodeAction(Application application) {
         super(getActionName(), application);
     }
 
     public String getIconName() {
         return "icon-node.gif";
     }

    
 
     public void performAction(ActionEvent e) {
         ProjectController mediator = getProjectController();
         DataDomain domain = mediator.getCurrentDataDomain();
 
         // use domain name as DataNode base, as node names must be unique across the
         // project...
         DataNode node = buildDataNode();
         mediator.fireDataNodeEvent(new DataNodeEvent(thisnode.));
         mediator.fireDataNodeDisplayEvent(new DataNodeDisplayEvent(thisdomainnode));
     }

    
Creates a new DataNode, adding to the current domain, but doesn't send any events.
 
     protected DataNode buildDataNode() {
         ProjectController mediator = getProjectController();
         DataDomain domain = mediator.getCurrentDataDomain();
 
         // use domain name as DataNode base, as node names must be unique across the
         // project...
         DataNode node = createDataNode(domain);
 
         ProjectDataSource src = new ProjectDataSource(new DataSourceInfo());
         node.setDataSource(src);
         node.setAdapter(new ModelerDbAdapter(src));
 
         // by default create JDBC Node
         node.setDataSourceFactory(DriverDataSourceFactory.class.getName());
 
         domain.addNode(node);
         return node;
     }

    
A factory method that makes a new DataNode.
    protected DataNode createDataNode(DataDomain domain) {
        String name = NamedObjectFactory.createName(DataNode.classdomaindomain
                .getName()
                + "Node");
        // ensure that DataNode exposes DataSource directly, so that UI widgets could work
        // with it.
        return new DataNode(name) {
            public DataSource getDataSource() {
                return ;
            }
        };
    }

    
Returns true if path contains a DataDomain object.
    public boolean enableForPath(ProjectPath path) {
        if (path == null) {
            return false;
        }
        return path.firstInstanceOf(DataDomain.class) != null;
    }
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