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Date picker "similar to .net"

amrish sharma
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actually i need a date picker in java desktop application but i didnt find one in netbeans 6.5 pallete

so how can i get that???
Maneesh Godbole
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Google for JCalendar or something similar.


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Rob Spoor
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There is no equivalent to JColorChooser for Date / Calendar or Font, so you would need to find one or create one yourself. JCalendar is one that keeps being mentioned so you might want to try it out. It probably won't appear on the Netbeans pallette though without some work which I cannot help you with (I'm a write-GUI's-by-hand programmer).

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Maneesh Godbole
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It probably won't appear on the Netbeans pallette though without some work which I cannot help you with (I'm a write-GUI's-by-hand programmer).


If I am not mistaken, Netbeans provides a facility to add external beans to the palette. I am not sure about this though. Like Rob, I hand code.
 
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