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Disable auto close of JOptionPane

Posted on 2004-04-25
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sample code as below:

String[] options = {"OK","CANCEL"};
            int input = JOptionPane.showOptionDialog(
                null,   // parentComponent
                newRecordPanel, // message
                "New", // title
                JOptionPane.OK_CANCEL_OPTION,   // optionType
                JOptionPane.PLAIN_MESSAGE,    // messageType
                null,   // icon
                options,    // options
                options[0]  // initialValue
            );

i will do some validation when user click on OK button, if the validation is fail then the JOptionPane show remain there (do not close it). But how can i disable the auto close of the JOptionPane?

thanks
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Question by:Kennywen
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by:objects
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easiest would be to redisplay pane when validationn fails
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do {

    String[] options = {"OK","CANCEL"};
    int input = JOptionPane.showOptionDialog(
                null,   // parentComponent
                newRecordPanel, // message
                "New", // title
                JOptionPane.OK_CANCEL_OPTION,   // optionType
                JOptionPane.PLAIN_MESSAGE,    // messageType
                null,   // icon
                options,    // options
                options[0]  // initialValue
    );

} while ( input == 0 && !valid( inputvalue ) ); // do again if OK is clicked and not valid input occur
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by:gnoon
ID: 10915219
just an example of objects's comment.
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