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disposing SAVE file dialog its urgent

 
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hi
problem in disposing the SAVE FileDialog
i am popping up the SAVE file dialog if user opts for YES_OPTION of the Dialog box given below
int rt=JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(this,"Do you want to save changes in the file","Warning ",JOptionPane.YES_NO_OPTION);
if (rt==JOptionPane.YES_OPTION)
{
fileDialog();
}
if (rt==JOptionPane.NO_OPTION)
{
frames[f-1].setVisible(false);
}
the file dialog method contains the followin code
void fileDialog()
{
FileDialog file = new FileDialog (this,"Save File As Text File",FileDialog.SAVE);
file.setFile("*.txt");
file.setDirectory(".");
file.show();
}
the problem is when user clicks on the cancel button of this SAVE file dialog box the dialog box along with the internal frame is dispose
whereas we want that when user clicks on the cancel button only the save dialog box should go
not the internal frame as it usually happens in most of the softwares.
please consider it seriously because it is creating lot of other problem
reply soon
 
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Hi Ritu,
I think you should not be mixing AWT (FileDialog) with Swing (JOptionPane). You should use JFileChooser and your issues might just go bye-bye.
Regards,
Manfred.
 
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