Graphics Proxy Supported

Definition

There is a global class CL_GUI_GP_HIER for structure graphics. It contains a constructor method, the method SET_DC_NAMES and the interface IF_GP_HIER along with its methods GET_SELECTED_NODES and SET_SELECTED_NODES.

Use

CL_GUI_GP_HIER

Declaring the names of attributes in the data container:

There are some attributes that must be declared and others that are optional. For more information, see the class documentation for CL_GUI_GP_HIER in the class builder.

Assigning customizing bundles to ports in the graphics proxy

Not all combinations of customizing bundles and ports are allowed. For more information, see the class documentation for CL_GUI_GP_HIER in the class builder.

For information on the automatic generation of customizing objects, the display context hierarchy and other details on programming the product-specific part of the graphics proxy, see the class documentation for CL_GUI_GP_HIER in the class builder.

Defining object types:

To define a node in the data container use the attribute CO_OBJTYPE_NODE. To define a link in the data container use the attribute CO_OBJTYPE_LINK. You can do without links by using the AUTO_LINK function. For information on AUTO_LINK, see AUTO_LINK.

IF_GP_HIER

In addition to the interface IF_GRAPHIC_PROXY available to all graphics proxies, this interface is used by the structure graphics proxy. It contains two methods:

GET_SELECTED_NODES: The application calls this method to find out which nodes were selected.

SET_SELECTED_NODES: The application calls this method to select nodes.

SET_DC_NAMES

You use this method to set the names of the attributes that are in the data container. There are a number of importing parameters all of which are documented in SET_DC_NAMES.

Integration

CL_CU_POINT is relevant for the whole line (inside the rectangle) but it is especially important for customizing the node symbol (the square inside the rectangle).