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How can i add a child window on an existing window

Ishrat Hasan
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Joined: Aug 19, 2003
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Hi,
i m facing problem while adding a new window on a currently existing one. this happens when i m trying to create a new login window by a button click from another window. now when the new window appears the previous one gets closed and i want to close the login window and come back to the previous one after the user name is authenticated.
plz help!!
Thanx
Dirk Schreckmann
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Joined: Dec 10, 2001
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Welcome to JavaRanch, Ishrat Hasan!
While it might be mometarily entertaining to guess at the details and solution of your exact problem (mind you I'm using entertaining in the sense of "a nice distraction while I'm not writing that term paper in the middle of the night"), JavaRanchers could probably do a better (and more efficient) job of helping you out if you were to post any relavant example code that you've been working on. The alternative would seem to be some guessing about your exact implementation detail problem, and you saying "nope" repeatedly. So, let's see the code please.
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Cindy Glass
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On the other hand, this seems to be the exact same topic that is was asked over here. So let's keep this conversation together.


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