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Hi guys,

I get the wrong ID with the code below.

The error accours when the user right click on the name on the JList.
(Basically, when the user right click the name he get a JTextArea with the associated ID)

anyone?


 
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Just to be more precise, here is my complete code:

 
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Peter,

I have answered this question in the SUN forums but nobody just reading this post will know that. By cross posting you could cause someone to waste time solving a problem for you that has already been solved.

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thank you James. I saw your answer.
 
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