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hi,
Query:
In my application i am using , jInternalFrame.
On click of a button jInternalFrame get open.
And click of other button jInternalFrame close.
by use this statement
i.e jInternalFrame16.setClosed(true);
jInternalFrame16 gets closed first time.

if repeatadly tried , means on click of button jInternalFrame16 gets open,
and of click of other button it need to be closed.
throught above mention statement.

The frame status returned is true means closed ,but
jInternalFrame does not close.

So please suggest, what could be the problem?

regards,
Sachindra
 
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What code are you using to close the internal frame?
 
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jInternalFrame16.setClosed(true);
 
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Don't know. That bit ought to work, unless you have a veto on it.

Anybody else?
 
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> So please suggest, what could be the problem?

you are doing the opening/closing incorrectly

to close
jInternalFrame16.setClosed(true);//in a try/catch

to open (so that it can be closed again)
jInternalFrame16.setClosed(false);//in a try/catch
jInternalFrame16.setVisible(true);
desktop.add(jInternalFrame16);
 
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Thankyou all of you for your valuable suggestions!

regards
Sachindra
 
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