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JDesktopPane - Changes from 1.2.2 to 1.4.0?

 
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I have a Swing based app I developed with VAJava 4.0 (uses 1.2.2 internally). The app is only happy on 1.2.2 JVM. On 1.3 and 1.4 the JFrame appears with menu and tool bar but the child JInternalFrames don't show. I have been very careful and am sure that the app is not referencing any IBM or VisualAge specific classes. I am not finding any deprecation that seems applicable to my problem. Any insights or suggestions are much appreciated. Thank-you...
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Are there any exceptions? can you post a very small example (only a JFrame with a JDesktopPane and a JInternalFrame)? This would help us much, to be able to help you.
 
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After much digging around, I can answer my own question: As of the Kestrel release, you have to explicitly call show() on the JInternalFrame. As this was not a requirement as of 1.2.2 I get the runtime behavior differences. There are no exceptions or compile time deprecation warnings to help with this. All is well...
 
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use other compiler to recompile,maybe the 1.2 release have different specification with JInternalFrame
 
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