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kumar kannan

Joined: Jul 20, 2001
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I have created a dynamic Jtree to display the data of sql table using JPanal.i want to open the result panel when i click a button(in html).is it possible?if yes please let me know the proper way?
Michael Ernest
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Joined: Oct 25, 2000
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It would certainly be much easier if the button were a Java button; then you could have the table listen for a button click ("Display") and present itself.
Unless HTML's made big changes and I'm obsolete on that subject now, HTML widget are not applet-aware. You'd need to go back through the server with a POST request that's triggered by clicking your button. Then, something on the server-side (a servlet) would be invoked to update the table in the applet. Sounds painful.
Are you sure you can't just add a button to the existing applet?
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