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make a Tree View explorer in a JFrame

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i wonder how to put a tree view(just like Win Explorer) in a JFrame?
Would appreciate if anyone show me how to work on this,or even source is given.
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by:ozymandias
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Create a JFrame.
Add a JSplitPane.
Add your JTree as the left component of the JSplitPane.
Add some other detail/view component as the right component of the JSplitPane.

Do you already have the JTree component created or are you also wondering how to create that too ?
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yes, i am wondering how to create JTree also. I have no knowledge in JTree....
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by:Ovi
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post an email address for shiping an example archive. Otherwise I must post all file source code (there are 'few') and you must restore the package directories structure by yourself.
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yooishung@yahoo.com

thank you.
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i haven't received your attachedment yet, mm.. are you sending to the right mailing address? yooishung@yahoo.com
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I will send'it again. But you have received the email ?
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so ?
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hi Ovi,

thanks.
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