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Hi All,

I'm using JDateChooser, which always by default displays todays date, Problem I have is since I'm using this to display dates from a database, what if the source date is empty, I cant find anyway to not have a date..... It seems it HAS to display something.

Anyone else used this control and ran into the same problem ?

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Dave
 
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Hi Dave

I have not been using JDateChooser. Could you tell me where to get JDateChooser? Thanks in advance.
 
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