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Is there automatic way to determine if there is unsaved data on form?

 
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The "form" contains different types of JComponent-s that respond to different user events. I started writing my own custom code but was wondering if there is automatic way to determine if there is unsaved data on form? For starters, attached DocumentListener to support JTextField-s.
 
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Anton Kuzmin wrote:I started writing my own custom code but was wondering if there is automatic way to determine if there is unsaved data on form?



No, there isn't.
 
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