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Thread: Special Sections

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    Default Special Sections

    Hi,

    I would like to implement in java the sections exemplified in the next link, in the table "disciplines":

    ProjectIT-Enterprise at ISG - OpenUP

    As you can see, if you click in an entry, its hidden contents show up. What Jcomponent should I use? If there isn't any, whrere can I find this functionality and reuse it?

    Thanks for you attention!


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    Default Re: Special Sections

    You don't use a JComponent for this, you use javascript. Since these are java forums and javascript is an entirely different language, I'd suggest finding a javascript forum to post your question on.

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    Default Re: Special Sections

    I only put that link as an example. I want to build a Jframe with sections like those.

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    Default Re: Special Sections

    JTree, containing JTabbedPanes which contain JTables. Google each along with the keyword 'tutorial' and you will find the appropriate tutorials.

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    Default Re: Special Sections

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