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Refreshing/repainting JPanel or JtextField

selman Fermitsjelli

Joined: May 04, 2011
Posts: 5

I'm a computing student and I need a little help figering out how to refresh a JPanel or some JTextFields after a JButton has called an ActionListener.
This code will scroll through my database and put every rowinput in a JTextField in another panel.
The question is, whenever I call the JButton while running the program, the JTextFields won't refresh autmatically (I don't think something is wrong with my code)
Is someone able to figure out how to do this for me?

Please note that I'm an intermediate programmer so go easy on me
ps. I know there are some things that I could leave out, like the JTable and some implemented stuff...
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