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    mine0926 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Add JList item from resultset

    Hi, I searched how to add items in JList and try it. It adds in JList but there is something wrong. Please see the picture. All that I try has same results.

    pic1 - shows that JList does not contain the items that I add.. or does not refresh
    pic2 - is alsmost the same with pic1, only a scrollbar is added.Which means that the items are added, it just did not show.
    pic3 - I click the scrollbar and the two items that I added show.

    I think I am missing something.

    Here is the latest code that I tried
    Java Code:
    //[b]from FormUtility class[/b]
    public static void loadtolist(String sql, JList lists)
    { ...
                DefaultListModel lm = new DefaultListModel();
                ...
                    try
                    {   lm.clear();
    
                        do
                        {   rs.absolute(iRow + 1);
                            lm.addElement(rs.getObject(1).toString());
                            iRow = iRow + 1;
                        }
                        while(rs.next());
                        ....
                        lists.setModel(lm);
     ...
    }
    I also use revalidate() and repaint() to refresh JList.

    Thanks in advance,
    geje

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    mine0926 is offline Senior Member
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    forgot to attach the pictures
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Add JList item from resultset-pic1.jpg   Add JList item from resultset-pic2.jpg   Add JList item from resultset-pic3.jpg  

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