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How flexible the application is?

 
Rekha Pai
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Hi Mr Craig Walls,
Is it possible to create tabs and tables dynamically?
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Rekha
 
binayakumar patel
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You can use any Swing .. component to build your tab and Table.. This makes your application is more modular
its means the business logic model will be different from your Database Model and UI model.
 
Rekha Pai
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binayakumar patel wrote:You can use any Swing .. component to build your tab and Table.. This makes your application is more modular
its means the business logic model will be different from your Database Model and UI model.

Hi,
My question is can any user create the table or a tab when any application is running?
Regards,
Rekha

Sorry Craig,
I understood what is OSGi . How this manages the cross dependency of
different modules and how can one change a module and run the application without restarting it?
Regards,
Rekha
 
Craig Walls
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My question is can any user create the table or a tab when any application is running?


I'm not sure how this question relates to OSGi. Tabs and tables are UI-kinds of things, but OSGi is not a UI framework. Please rephrase your question to help me understand how this pertains to OSGi.
 
binayakumar patel
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Do you mean to this ??

 
Rekha Pai
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binayakumar patel wrote:Do you mean to this ??


Thats great!! binayakumar,
Thanks alot.
Regards,
Rekha.
 
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Nothing to do with OSGi; moving to the GUI forum.
 
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As Binayakumar has shown you, you can quite easily create and add components. But the call to "jp2.validate();" is essential - without that (or revalidate()) the component will not be visible immediately.
 
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