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Jtabbed pane hiding a tab...?

prabhu pandurangan
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Joined: May 23, 2008
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Dear Members,

I have a tabbed pane, and in that i have 5 tabs, within each tab is a text area, and i have to check the text of the tab and if 'getText()' of tab value is 'null' or 'empty', i have to hide the tab, else i have to display the tab.

For this I have a jtree and on selecting a tree node i will be triggering the values for the tabs, while selecting one node some of the tabs may not have the value and that time it should hide the particular tab and on selecting another tree node it may have the value, that time i have to display the tab.

Please help me in this...

Looking forward for your reply.....


Regards,
Prabhu.
Maneesh Godbole
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Originally posted by prabhu rangan:
Dear Members,

I have a tabbed pane, and in that i have 5 tabs, within each tab is a text area, and i have to check the text of the tab and if 'getText()' of tab value is 'null' or 'empty', i have to hide the tab, else i have to display the tab.

For this I have a jtree and on selecting a tree node i will be triggering the values for the tabs, while selecting one node some of the tabs may not have the value and that time it should hide the particular tab and on selecting another tree node it may have the value, that time i have to display the tab.

Please help me in this...

Looking forward for your reply.....


Regards,
Prabhu.


Have you looked at the JTabbedPane API? Did you find anything which would help you "add" or "remove" tabs?


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