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    iNko is offline Member
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    Default Logout button

    Hey, i got a loginjFrame, witch when u enter correct data into fields, closes itself and opens a new jFrame2. On jFrame2 i want to have a logout button, witch when pressed opens back loginjFrame and 'ends session?'.
    This is the current code i have in my logout button:
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           dispose();
            loginJFrame s = new loginJFrame();
            s.setVisible(true);
    It closes jFrame2, opens loginjFrame, but does not 'end session'.
    Maybe i need to use something with ' System.exit(0);' ?

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    Default Re: Logout button

    What do you mean by 'ends session'? What kind of session is this?

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    Default Re: Logout button

    Quote Originally Posted by wsaryada View Post
    What do you mean by 'ends session'? What kind of session is this?
    I mean its not really a logout, it just shows the login menu window and closes the jframe2..

    Heres an example - on jframe2, everytime i minimize the window, it gets in system tray. If i press the logout button, it minimizes jframe2, opens login frame, but the previous jframe2 is still running in system tray.. So i can have multiple jframe2 windows opened by doing so..

    Maybe i need to fix my system tray idk

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    Default Re: Logout button

    I'd fix your app.
    Do you actually want to have multiple JFrame2?

    If not then I would make your app a single frame, including the login one.
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    Please do not ask for code as refusal often offends.

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    Default Re: Logout button

    Quote Originally Posted by Tolls View Post
    I'd fix your app.
    Do you actually want to have multiple JFrame2?

    If not then I would make your app a single frame, including the login one.
    Thx for the offer, but i wanna try learn myself :)

    anyway, i somehow managed to fix my problem by deleting out some code..

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    Default Re: Logout button

    That wasn't an offer, it was a suggestion.
    Please do not ask for code as refusal often offends.

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