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Hello,

First, Thanks for all your help.

I am using net beans gui builder,
Have a JFrame on which I placed two JTrees on left and right side and place a button in the middle. When I click middle button, I copy files from left tree to right tree. This copy logic is implemented in a separate class which I invoke when button is clicked.

So far so good. Now I would like
- to show some kind of status/progress update when the transfer is going on, actually transfer class spits out to System.out.println().
- When transfer is finished, capture that event 'transfer is finished' and show a dialog on which a button is available for user to click which would close the application or reset so that another transfer could start.

I need help in how to implement this not the actual code.

Thanks,
Kriss.
 
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I think that this tutorial will answer all your questions.
 
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Thanks Wouter. Please let me know if you come across some other tutorials because Sun's tutorials are sometimes complicated for my 'slow to understand' brain.
 
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