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Hi,
In a login applcation i have used the jPasswordField control. To retrieve the user input i've used as usual method getText(). And after getting the value will be compared with the database.

but first i cant retrive text from the passwordfield


please anyone tell me how this problem can be sort out.



regards



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Use JPasswordField#getPassword() instead.
 
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Sorry ive given the control name. i have changed the Jpasswordfield name and its working now..
 
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Even then, you should not be using getText()
From the JPasswordField API

Deprecated. As of Java 2 platform v1.2, replaced by getPassword.
Returns the text contained in this TextComponent. If the underlying document is null, will give a NullPointerException.
For security reasons, this method is deprecated. Use the * getPassword method instead.

 
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