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When click on minimize button then it must goes to System Tray?

 
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When anyone click on minimize or close button of window then it will go to Taskbar Status Area.
And when we click on close button then window will close but application don't close means it show icon in Taskbar Status Area.
Like as gtalk.when we click on close button of gtalk window then window goes to system tray .And gtalk application runs always.
How can it possible?
please some idea to write java code for this type of application.....
I am using window OS.
 
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1) Use JDK 1.6; that gives you java.awt.SystemTray and java.awt.TrayIcon
2) Set the default close operation to DO_NOTHING_ON_CLOSE
3) Add a WindowListener to your frame; use getExtendedState and setExtendedState. For instance, to minimize and restore use the following code:
Moving to Swing / AWT.
 
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