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Refreshing a J-Frame

Ramzi Hajaj
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Joined: Aug 19, 2012
Posts: 13
Hey

Atm i have:

1. a class consisting of j-frame that is constructed by feeding in parameters.

2,These parameters change throughout the program.

3.This change occurs after a user response (comes through button click).

4. The GUI layout is always the same.

How do i refresh the object with new parameters without destroying it and creating a new one?


Basically the problem is that i need to refresh from the button click but this GUI class has no information?
Kemal Sokolovic
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Joined: Jun 19, 2010
Posts: 825
    
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Why are you adding MouseListeners to JButton controls?
Shouldn't you use ActionListener instead?


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Michael Dunn
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Joined: Jun 09, 2003
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> How do i refresh the object with new parameters without destroying it and creating a new one?

create a refresh() method to update the components.
this may mean moving the scope of some components from the constructor to a class field.

if the new parameters are just changes in text or icons etc, the update will occur immediately,
some other changes may require you to revalidate()/repaint() the parent container 'contentPane'
 
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