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i am trying to develop the project MonitorIPScanner In java .. this project is already present in code project website itslf (in visual c++).
i am using netbeans7.0 swing components... but i am not finding the proper match of windows that should come after clicking say HostConfig,MonAdminConfig...etc.
so what should i do???? i have given jbutton for all but how it will b possible that after cliking one button a new windows appear???? what button should i use?? and what pallete should i use???

i have already search things in http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/learn/creatinggui.html[^]

but not finding the wayss plzz help me...
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Nagy Vilmos 21-Dec-11 12:58pm    
Edited to make link clickable.

This is the third time you have asked this question (see here[^]) and merely confirms that this project is beyond your current skills. I would suggest you follow my previous advice and spend some time with the tutorials trying to learn Java.
 
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Nagy Vilmos 21-Dec-11 14:01pm    
I'm not in here all day, to spot the reposts.
debasish deb 21-Dec-11 14:45pm    
dear Sir , i have successfully build the user interface now. and actually i m new here and i did not study things properly that is why i was facing problems... but now i m going through ur provided link i m studying these fundamentals now ......


thanking you, sir (Richard MacCutchan).. but i will need u for future reference..
What Java knowledge SO you have? Launching a dialog from a button click is reasonably fundamental.
Have a look at these tutorials[^] for more information.
 
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debasish deb 21-Dec-11 14:49pm    
dear sir i m new in designing GUI ... that is why i m facing some problem but i m confident i can do it.. at present i m going through ur refernce links and studying properly
.... Thankinkg u for ur valuable advice

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