I'm trying to modify an application that uses JTextPane and DefaultStyledDocuments to implement an Editor.
I need to change the Documenttype from javax.swing.text.DefaultStyledDocument to
javax.swing.text.html.HTMLDocument in order to enhance the editor functionality.
As the documents that we want to edit are not being stored in files on a filesystem, but rather as a set of records in a database, we had to create a new kind of Document which now extends from the DefaultStyledDocument. so far so good ... everything works fine.
when i type a character the method "insertString(int offset, String str, AttributeSet a)" is being called, which we overload with our own database version, that calls the "super.insertString(...)" as well.
now when i change the DefaultStyledDocument to a HTMLDocument everything still works (more or less) .... then when i change the EditorKit to a HTMLEditorKit, the insertString(int offset, String str, AttributeSet a)"-Method is not being called anymore.
Typed text is still being inserted into the text area.... but our database-methods are no longer being called, as they are in the "insertString(...)"-Method that is never called anymore.
now my question : which method IS being called when i type a letter?? which method do i need to rewrite in order to hook my database calls in again everytime a letter is typed?
thanx for your help.
PS if this turn's out to be real tough one, i'm willing to increase points too.