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    Default Attaching a drop-down box within a view(not toolbar)

    I have a view (NewDeploymentView) that looks like this

    Name:________________
    Build:_________________
    Servers++++++++++++++

    The name and build text box work fine but i want to have the server "text box" be a drop down list of all available Servers(a seperate ArrayList of <object> type Servers in the TreeViewer). So it needs to be able to interact and refresh the choices if a server is added or deleted to the Servers node.

    Would this be a JFace component or Swing or what? I don't even need code if someone can point me in the right direction of what I'm actually supposed to be searching for I'd greatly appreciate it.

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    Nevermind found it. Just have to see how to grab the List instead of pre-defined strings

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