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problem with gui

 
kartik rathore
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hi,
i am trying to design a monitoring system for my university.

i have several files but i have only listed the files that i am having problem.

during the process of coding, i was trying to show a panel a scrollpane which was a success. the jscrollpane is in a jframe.
this jpanel has a jbutton. on clicking the button it should load a another panel into the scrollpane but it does not. how ever if i make a object of the main frame and then add to the jscrollpane and then show this frame it shows the jscrollpane with the new jpanel. but there is a problem. now i have 2 jframe showing.

how do i get rid of the original jframe or just show one jframe with the new jpanel in it

code is as under :---


i would also like to mention that i have some database connectivity being used her. thus i have attached my database.

i would be very grateful if any one could help and apolozise for any inconvienience caused
thanks

 
Rob Spoor
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Please Isolate The Problem. There is so much code it's really hard to know where to start looking.

In short, how do you change the contents of your scrollpane?
 
Michael Dunn
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scrollPane1.add(op);//is wrong

read the apidocs for jscrollpane in particular the methods starting set...,
 
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And please don't use thread titles like "problem with gui"; nobody knows what that actually means.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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