loading images in swings

Hi to all,

I use JSplitpane to to split two panels(left and right),

left panel contains JTree, right panel is loading the required images when i click the corresponding node in the JTree.

images came from database .

Based on the images length i created required JLables and set it to the images.

Initially i am loading images in the right panel (i.e fine), But i am clicking the node in the JTree, right Panel images are not refreshed with new one.

Please help me,

Posted On: Monday 22nd of October 2012 09:41:47 PM Total Views:  591
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