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Hey all,

I am working on some project for betting application.

I am just finished with login\registration forms and creation of database (Microsoft SQL).

To describe it more precisely in my database I have 4 fields that I need, one is with name of the game (Chelsea v Man Utd), one is with coefficient to Man Utd win, one is with coefficient to Chelsea win, and one is with draw coefficient.

I guess that I should save all data in ResultSet and then fill jlist with it, but I am not sure how to dynamically add button by every game with coefficient and that it do some action when somebody click on it.

Example:



Project on GitHub: https://github.com/jskako/HTR---Kladionica

Thank You all.
 
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