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    Martino is offline Member
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    Default Question about resizing / packing JTable in JDialog.


    I programmed a JDialog with the BorderLayout.

    In the CENTER, I placed a JTable, and in the SOUTH, I placed a panel with buttons. When the JDialog is being made, the JTable is being filled by files of a specific directory.

    So, when the JDialog is showing up, you can see a list of files, but the problem is that the JDialog is not repacking / resizing itself to the size of the number of rows in the JTable and the width of the JTable. The JDialog is too big.

    Now, I would like to know I can see repack / resize this JDialog to the JTable with contents.

    What is the Java source code for doing that?

    Thank you for your answer in advance.

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    To get better help sooner, post a SSCCE that clearly demonstrates your problem.

    Don't forget to surround your code with the code tags so it retains its formatting.


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    It will be better to enclose your JTable in a scroll pane in the CENTER of BorderLayout it will make you free from resizing the dialog whenever your table size increases aur decreases....

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