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troubleshooting Question

Messenger like system!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hi everyone,
            I am doing a client-server programming.
Consider the following:
Clients: c1,c2,c3,c4.
    Suppose at first c1 gets connected to s1.Then suppose if i am having a combo box in the client side  that is used to display the ip-addressess of on-line clients nothing should be their as only one client c1 is available in the network.
Now suppose if another client c2 logs in and gets connected to s1,then the ipaddress of c2 should be immediately send to already on-line c1.So whenever a new client  gets connected to server ,that
clients ip-address should be send to all the previously on-line clients.
I have tried a code something similar to this but not meeting the actual purpose.
In the server part i have tried the following:(I am giving only the portion of code which i want to clarify):
query="Select * from clientdet where status='online'";
                      String strValue = rs.getString ( 3 ) ;
                        pw.println ( strValue );
                  pw.println ("done"  ) ;

client -side:

In client side in the click event of a command button i have the following code:
      while ( ( ipfromserver = br1.readLine () ) != null && ! ipfromserver.equalsIgnoreCase ( "done" ) ){
                                vlist.add(new String ( ipfromserver ) ) ;
                               // System.out.println("fff"+vlist(i));                        
The problem with  my code is as follows:
Let c1 be the first to be connected to s1.Suppose c2 gets connected to s1,then
in c2's interface the combobox will contain the ip-address of already connected c1 but c1 will not contain the ip-adress of newly connected c2 or for that matter any clients after c1.Its just that i have not coded to meet the purpose.
Kindly help me with this.
Thank you.

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