Deiconify a JInternalFrame from program

Hi,
My application has a JDesktopPane with several JInternalFrames. The internal frames can be iconified.
I want to be able to deiconify a internal frame from within my program (do the same as the Swing toolkit does, when a user clicks on an iconified internal frame, restore it to its last position and size.
I've tried : myInternalFrame.reshape(x,y,width,height);
                myInternalFrame.show();
                myInternalFrame.moveToFront();
but nothing worked
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zhongbingCommented:
how abou this
**********from JDK help*********
setIcon
public void setIcon(boolean b)
             throws PropertyVetoException
Iconizes and deconizes the frame.
Parameters:
b - a boolean, where true means to iconify the frame and false means to deiconify it
Throws:
PropertyVetoException - when the attempt to set the property is vetoed by the receiver.
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