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    Default displaying multiple tabels information in single window

    As part of our application monitoring, we need to monitor the data of 10tables with the less number of Database hits through standalone application (i.e. monitoring kit). Earlier we used to do the same with single JFRAME for 3 tables data monitoring. Please suggest the best way to monitor 10 tables info in the single window (i mean single JFRAME)... I am just beginer to swing technology.. Please help me out...
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    Just thinking from the top of my head... I would probably contemplate some sort of visible indication (blinking or flashing color) that alerts the user of a status change that needs attention.

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    Default displaying multiple tabels information in single window

    hi mcashe,
    my concern here is , best way to show the 10 tables data in single window.
    (i mean either by JTable or multiple JPanels or by JTabbedpane) . That too i need to refresh the data automatically by multithreading. wht is the best solution?????

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    My initial vote would be for the JTabbedPane as I think it would be a pretty busy HMI showing 10 different tables at once. Another option might be the use of JInternalFrame if you decide not to go with the cleaner tabbed approach.

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