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Thread: How to reload JInternalFrame

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    Exclamation How to reload JInternalFrame

    Hi...

    How could I be able to update or refresh the contents of my components in the JInternalFrame.
    I've been researching any methods yet none of them works.
    I have a hard time implementing those codes ony my JIF.

    Could someone help me..


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    Default Re: How to reload JInternalFrame

    It depends how you wish to 'update'. You can try calling repaint() to repaint some components, or if you've added other components you should call revalidate.

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    Default Re: How to reload JInternalFrame

    Can you post a sample code of repaint?

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    Default Re: How to reload JInternalFrame

    repaint()
    That's about all it takes...why don't you post your sample code, in which case the situational conditions and reason for updates/refresh will be more apparent and a better answer might be unveiled.

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    Default Re: How to reload JInternalFrame

    Darryl.Burke

    I'm eager to find solutions to my question.
    I know a sample code is needed and it will be up after this reply.

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    Default Re: How to reload JInternalFrame

    So you actually think cross posting to 3 forums will get you an answer sooner?

    That's not how it works.

    db

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    Default Re: How to reload JInternalFrame

    Problem is resolved thanks to repaint()
    Thanks to copeg
    I have resolve this problem.

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