Class SimpleConfigGui

All Implemented Interfaces:
ActionListener, ImageObserver, MenuContainer, Serializable, EventListener, Accessible, ClearGui, JMeterGUIComponent, Printable

public class SimpleConfigGui extends AbstractConfigGui implements ActionListener
Default config gui for Configuration Element.
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  • Constructor Details

    • SimpleConfigGui

      public SimpleConfigGui()
      Create a new standalone SimpleConfigGui.
    • SimpleConfigGui

      public SimpleConfigGui(boolean displayName)
      Create a new SimpleConfigGui as either a standalone or an embedded component.
      displayName - indicates whether or not this component should display its name. If true, this is a standalone component. If false, this component is intended to be used as a subpanel for another component.
  • Method Details

    • getLabelResource

      public String getLabelResource()
      Description copied from interface: JMeterGUIComponent
      Get the component's resource name, which getStaticLabel uses to derive the component's label in the local language. The resource name is fixed, and does not vary with the selected language.

      Normally this method should be overridden in preference to overriding getStaticLabel(). However where the resource name is not available or required, getStaticLabel() may be overridden instead.

      Specified by:
      getLabelResource in interface JMeterGUIComponent
      the resource name
    • configure

      public void configure(org.apache.jmeter.testelement.TestElement el)
      A newly created component can be initialized with the contents of a Test Element object by calling this method. The component is responsible for querying the Test Element object for the relevant information to display in its GUI.

      This implementation retrieves all key/value pairs from the TestElement object and sets these values in the GUI.

      Specified by:
      configure in interface JMeterGUIComponent
      configure in class AbstractJMeterGuiComponent
      el - the TestElement to configure
    • createTestElement

      public org.apache.jmeter.testelement.TestElement createTestElement()
      Description copied from interface: JMeterGUIComponent
      JMeter test components are separated into a model and a GUI representation. The model holds the data and the GUI displays it. The GUI class is responsible for knowing how to create and initialize with data the model class that it knows how to display, and this method is called when new test elements are created.

      Since 5.6.3, the default implementation is as follows, and subclasses should override JMeterGUIComponent.makeTestElement()

       public TestElement createTestElement() {
           TestElement element = makeTestElement();
           return el;

      Before 5.6.3 the canonical implementation was as follows, however, it is recommended to avoid overriding JMeterGUIComponent.createTestElement() and override JMeterGUIComponent.makeTestElement() instead.

       public TestElement createTestElement() {
           TestElementXYZ el = new TestElementXYZ();
           return el;
      Specified by:
      createTestElement in interface JMeterGUIComponent
      the Test Element object that the GUI component represents.
    • modifyTestElement

      public void modifyTestElement(org.apache.jmeter.testelement.TestElement el)
      Get all of the values from the GUI component and set them in the TestElement.
      Specified by:
      modifyTestElement in interface JMeterGUIComponent
      modifyTestElement in class AbstractJMeterGuiComponent
      el - the TestElement to modify
    • actionPerformed

      public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e)
      Invoked when an action occurs. This implementation supports the add and delete buttons.
      Specified by:
      actionPerformed in interface ActionListener
      e - the event that has occurred
    • checkDeleteStatus

      protected void checkDeleteStatus()
      Enable or disable the delete button depending on whether or not there is a row to be deleted.
    • addArgument

      protected void addArgument()
      Add a new argument row to the table.
    • stopTableEditing

      protected void stopTableEditing()
      Stop any editing that is currently being done on the table. This will save any changes that have already been made.
    • deleteArgument

      protected void deleteArgument()
      Remove the currently selected argument from the table.