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How do I create a docked scrollpane with a header in Netbeans 5.0?

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Hello,
Basically what I want to do is add a system log component to my gui app similiar to the output monitor in Netbeans 5.0. So in otherwords a scrollabe textpane with a title bar. This component should be minimizable/maximizable, so that it condenses down to a button, or just the title bar itself. It should not be draggeable.. but it should be vertically resizable. Does anyone know where I can get this component or how to write it? I am new to GUI app programming.

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Rick
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Use JSplitPane and put a JScrollPane containing a JTextBar in south of it
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