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how do I get the current node selection in a Jtree?

 
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Hi,

I have been trying to figure out how to access the current node in a JTree. I have a main class where the tree is defined. When the add button is pressed, the add method from another class is to be invoked. But the listener is defined in the main class, how do I pass the variable to this other class?




 
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At this point, I am just trying to see the node content. This piece of code, gives null all the time. I cannot proceed to add till I can identify the node where I have to insert.

Please help.
Thanks,
Juliana
 
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Does this:

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# DefaultMutableTreeNode node = null;
# DefaultMutableTreeNode node = (DefaultMutableTreeNode)tree.getLastSelectedPathComponent();

compile?
 
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Hello Albareto,
Well actually, I have been modifying and test the code so much, I think I put an older version here. The 2nd statement should be just
Regards,
Juliana
 
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I don't really understand the flow of your application, who calls to actionPerformed? What's the value of the tree at that point? What's doing tree.getLastSelectedPathComponent and why is it returning null?
 
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There's a good little tutorial about how to use the JTree component over at Sun.
It covers node selection and retrieval of data from tree nodes. Have a look.
 
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