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Handling tabbedpane events

 
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Hi everyone,
I'm using JTabbedPane on a JFrame. I have got two JPanels added to the JTabbedPane as my tabs. on first tab I have got a list which includes data loaded from DB. the next tab contains "Insert" function, which takes a name and inserts it to the DB(where list reads its data from). the problem is that I can not handle events to control switching between tabs to update list to show the new item inserted. Now I need your help.

thanks in prior,

A. Honarmand

P.S.
I'm using JDeveloper
 
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To get better help sooner, post a SSCCE (Short, Self Contained, Compilable and Executable) example that demonstrates the problem.
 
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Use a ChangeListener to know when a new tab has been selected.
 
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