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chen young
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Hi,

I created a class that extend JDialog , and initialize the constructer with jframe as the parent window.





How can I use getParent() in order to get all components from the jframe parent ?


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Container has some methods to query the components it has.
 
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can you please add example ?
 
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Did you check out the Container API like Rob suggested?
Did you find any methods how to get components (wink, broad hint) for a given container?
 
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yes ,
I did check and I don't understand how should I retrieve the parent frame.

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angus young wrote:
I did check and I don't understand how should I retrieve the parent frame.


Looks like there is some confusion here. What exactly are you trying to do, because you initially said
How can I use getParent() in order to get all components from the jframe parent ?


So do you want to retrieve the parent or the components nested in a parent?
 
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To retrieve the parent, call getParent() until you find the one you need:
 
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> How can I use getParent() in order to get all components from the jframe parent ?

why would you want to? - you pass the parent as an argument to the dialog's constructor, so use that.


now the rest of the FindMenu() code can refer to parentFrame
 
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