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calling an application frame with another application frame using mouse actions  RSS feed

 
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Dear Sir,

I created two chart frame classes with application frame.
In first chart i created one pop-up menu box with some menu items with action performed functions.After clicking the menu item i need to goto other chart class & has to display that graph. While running and performing the mouse click action it is going to the other chart class, but that frame is not displayed.
And also, i need two frames should be alive i mean after opening the second frame, the first one should not be closed.

First class :



second class :
 
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