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simple JTabbedPane question

aulo aasmaa
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Joined: Aug 06, 2001
Posts: 15
This should be simple:
I use a JTabbedPane in my application. On one tab I have everything correctly laid out (tables, lables, ...). The other
tab is currently empty.
I would now like to get a JPanel from a different application to this second tab.
This should be easy by importing necessary class files and then pointing to the JPanel.
Like this:

where "myPanel" is located in a different application in a different directory on my PC.
How to get it done?
I can also post the whole code here if necessary.
OK!
AUlo
 
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