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Split Pane not working

 
Suman Mummaneni
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Hi guys,

I was trying to implement a Split panel using a list box on the left and 3 differnet panels on the right I was not able to it I think the list event is not registered or its not firing



so I tried the old S.o.p trick also with a new addition but still did not work but I was able to get the S.o.p but not the right panel is not getting displayed




I need some help on this
here is the complete code of the program



-Suman
 
Michael Dunn
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Works OK for me - win98SE, java 1.4.0

I click on any of the 3 items in the list, and the panel changes to what seems
to be the correct panel
Device List ---> panel with "Filter by IP Address"
Device Prop ---> panel with "Select Properties"
Alarms ---> panel with "Print Alarms"
 
Pat Hays
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Works OK for me too - winXP, java 1.4.2
 
Suman Mummaneni
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hi

it just did not work for me yesterday. I think my system need a hardware update or some thing like that. I am using JDK 1.5.0_01 which is the latest JRE and NetBeans 4.0 which is also the latest. I do not really know what went wrong. Any way thanks for running the code and responding

-Suman

 
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