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-Short Talk - XViewer
-
-XViewer - An SWT Widget with the power of the spreadsheet.
-
-Abstract:
-
-SWT widgets such as the table and tree viewer allow the Eclipse application developer to represent large amounts of data in a clear and concise format. Advancements in these widgets allow for more flexibility in how the user wishes to view the data. An example is the drag/drop of columns to change their order. These are a great step forward, but do we really have to give up the power of the spreadsheet?
-
-The XViewer has been created as an extension to the TreeViewer to allow the ability to
-
-1) perform simple filter of all visible data using a keyword
-2) filter on any column by string or regular expression
-3) allow columns to be hidden or re-ordered
-4) provide for customized sorting of column data
-5) perform a multi-column sorting in the order of the selected columns
-6) have simple table reports including exporting to comma separated value files
-
-This talk will introduce the application developer to this widget and display not only the current capabilities, but those planned for the future.
-
-
+Short Talk - XViewer
+
+XViewer - An SWT Widget with the power of the spreadsheet.
+
+Abstract:
+
+SWT widgets such as the table and tree viewer allow the Eclipse application developer to represent large amounts of data in a clear and concise format. Advancements in these widgets allow for more flexibility in how the user wishes to view the data. An example is the drag/drop of columns to change their order. These are a great step forward, but do we really have to give up the power of the spreadsheet?
+
+The XViewer has been created as an extension to the TreeViewer to allow the ability to
+
+1) perform simple filter of all visible data using a keyword
+2) filter on any column by string or regular expression
+3) allow columns to be hidden or re-ordered
+4) provide for customized sorting of column data
+5) perform a multi-column sorting in the order of the selected columns
+6) have simple table reports including exporting to comma separated value files
+
+This talk will introduce the application developer to this widget and display not only the current capabilities, but those planned for the future.
+
+

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