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jtree structure update

kizgincocuk kizgincocuk
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Joined: Sep 15, 2003
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hi..
i wanna to update my tree structure after a specific action.I am adding/deleting nodes,but i can't see changes..
thanx..
Joe Ess
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If you are using or extending javax.swing.tree.DefaultTreeModel, invoke fireTreeNodesInserted() on it. That will tell the model that the data has changed and it will fire events off to inform interested parties (i.e. the display). Look at the documentation for other useful event-firing methods.


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kizgincocuk kizgincocuk
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thanx ... joe
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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