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package org.apache.cayenne.modeler.dialog;
A dialog to show if cayenne.xml was renamed or deleted by other program
public class FileDeletedDialog {
    private static final String SAVE = "Save Changes";
    private static final String CLOSE = "Close Project";
    private static final String CANCEL = "Cancel";
    private static final String[] OPTIONS = new String[] {
    protected Component parent;
    protected String result = ;
    public FileDeletedDialog(Component parent) {
        this. = parent;
    public void show() {
        JOptionPane pane = new JOptionPane(
                "One or more project files were deleted or renamed. "
                        + "Do you want to save the changes or close the project?",
        JDialog dialog = pane.createDialog("File deleted");
        Object selectedValue = pane.getValue();
        // need to do an if..else chain, since
        // sometimes values are unexpected
        if (.equals(selectedValue)) {
             = ;
        else if (.equals(selectedValue)) {
             = ;
        else {
             = ;
    public boolean shouldSave() {
        return .equals();
    public boolean shouldClose() {
        return .equals();
    public boolean shouldCancel() {
        return  == null || .equals();
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