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The sample screen I need in java using SWT

 
Jyothi kotla
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Hi All,

I am developing a desktop application using SWT. I am new to Java, i read swt forums. But unable to figure it out how to develop a java screen like below. I am attaching my 2 files as an attachment. Please find it below. I really appreciate your help.

Thanks a lot in advance,
Jyo
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Jyothi kotla
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This is the another screen.

Thank You,
Jyo
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Jyo Jyo,

Please read your private messages regarding an important announcement.

Thank you,

Rob
 
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First of all, use a BorderLayout for the frame's content pane (the default). Use a JTabbedPane and place that as the center (use BorderLayout.CENTER as the constraint).

For the tabs each, I haven't used them before but a GroupLayout looks like it could do the job. Perhaps a third party layout manager like MigLayout or FormLayout (from JGoodies) will do the trick better though.
 
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