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JScrollPane and JPanel in JSplitPane(Nested)

Thanga prakash Somasundaram
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Joined: Feb 07, 2003
Posts: 21
hi,

Window Organisation:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
===================
| | |
| | N1 |
| | |
| M1 |===========|
| | P1 | P2 |
| | | |
===================

I have a Frame, which has JSplitPane(S) with horizontal split has M1 and M2.

M1 is Panel.
M2 which is JSplitpane with Veritical Split has N1 and N2.

N1 is JTabbedPane.
N2 Which is JSplitPane with Horizontal Split has P1 and P2.

P1 is JScrollPane with a JTable
P2 is JPanel.

Proper DividerLocation(int) are set accordingly.

Problem
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The component M1,P1 and P2 can dynamically added/removed from their splitpane.

All these components has setMinimumSize().

I removed P1 and P2 and subsequently N2 removed.
I removed M1 also.

Now, When I add N2 with P1 alone. JSplitpane N2 is not repainting properly.
The size of P1 is below the setMinimumSize().
some action on P1 / delay, P1 resizes properly in the N2.

I tried validate and repaint for N2. Still, It remains the same.

This issue is not found while the order of removing as M1, P1 and P2.

Is any thing to be taken care for JScrollPane and JPanel in JSplitPane.

Please! help me for the same.


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