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regarding JDialog .

Rajeev Ravindran
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Joined: Aug 27, 2002
Posts: 455
hi all,
I hava a JFrame with a JComboBox and JButton..when i click on this button, im invoking a new class which displays a JDailog with an OK button and a text field.. When i click on the OK button of the JDialog the value in the textfield will get populated on the JComboBox, it works fine . But my issue is, if i close the JDialog using the close button that comes with the JDialog, a null value is getting inserted into the combo box ..why is it so ?? cld anyone tell me how to reslove this ??
im using jdk1.3 , i cant use the setUndecorated() of jdk1.4 to disable the close button of JDialog, i tried
but of no use
Cld any1 help me with me

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Jose Botella
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Joined: Jul 03, 2001
Posts: 2120
If the user close the JDialog null is returned. Check for this value and place "" instead of it.

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