You should use Platform's adapter manager to "cast" the config object to IDataModel rather than casting it directly...
Object config = def.createConfigObject( javaFacetVersion, mavenProject.getProject().getName() );
IDataModel model = (IDataModel) Platform.getAdapterManager().loadAdapter( config, IDataModel.class );
When this code evolved for 3.0, backwards compatibility layer was added to help existing users, but the backwards compatibility layer is bypassed by casting directly rather than adapting.
Let me know if you have further questions on this.
Sent: Saturday, May 03, 2008 12:10 PM
Subject: Re: [wtp-dev] WTP integration in the IAM project proposal
our users report a new problem:
org.eclipse.jst.common.project.facet.core.JavaFacetInstallConfig cannot be
This is caused by:
IProjectFacet javaFacet = ProjectFacetsManager.getProjectFacet( "jst.java"
IProjectFacetVersion javaFacetVersion = javaFacet.getVersion( "5.0" );
Build buildModel = mavenProject.getModel().getBuild();
for ( IActionDefinition def : javaFacetVersion.getActionDefinitions(
Action.Type.INSTALL ) )
IDataModel model =
(IDataModel) def.createConfigObject( javaFacetVersion,
// ^^ The above line causes the exception ^^
makeRelative( mavenProject, buildModel.getSourceDirectory() ) );
makeRelative( mavenProject, buildModel.getOutputDirectory() ) );
facetActions.add( new Action( Action.Type.INSTALL, javaFacetVersion, null
Is this an API change? If it is not, what's the right form of adding the
java (or any other) nature using the 3.0 API? (We also need to
programatically add any other nature, so if there's an online reference,
that would be great).
Abel Muiño wrote:
Carl Anderson-4 wrote:
Can you please open a Bugzilla for this problem,
marking it as appropiate (it appears that you want this treated as a
blocking problem), and we will get this resolved as soon as possible.
Although I replied privately (I don't know why I'm not receiving mail from
the list), just wanted to copy here the link to the bug report:
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