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The way From AWT.Window to JInternalFrame

 
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Hi there,

I am new to this forum and new as a Java Software Developer half year now. I've got much help on this forum before from many threads, but now i think i have a problem, which hasnt been there in this way before:

On Company Java Application i have to change/modern up the UI. We have a StartCenter from where over 150 various Dialogs can be called.
If we want to call Dialog XXX, we get a new instance from the type awt.Window. This cant be changed for about 150 classes, so i need an elegant way to "convert" this awt.Windows(JDialogs) into JInternalFrames.

Which way should i go? The type from more than 150 varios Dialogs can't/shouldn't be changed. The classes all extends JDialog.

Many thanks.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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