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SwingWorker causes problem

sudheer kiran
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Joined: Jun 26, 2008
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hi when i use SwingWorker my program runs faster but there is differences in UI.some time UI is not getting updated as expected.
any info about SwingWorker please,also please suggest any solution ,alternatives.
thank you.

Sudheer
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Rob Spoor
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It would help if you would TellTheDetails. How about a little SSCCE that displays the problem?


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Campbell Ritchie
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. . . and I presume you have read the API documentation.
 
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