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I am looking for a Java component that is similar to the WindowsListView control.

Window's ListView provides a "details" view (each list item displayed in a single row with multiple columns),a "list" view (a left to right snaking list with column width automatically adjusted to the widest entry), as well as "small icon" and "large icon" views.  
I can live without the icon views, but really need a single control that can toggle between a details
view and list view.

I would be happy to purchase a 3rd party control if one exists.

Thanks,

Dave Connerth

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You can certainly build it using existing Swing components.
Depends how keen you are :)
The list and detail views you require can be easily implemented as JTable's.

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