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Hi Experts ..

How can I add javax.swing.JList control to Data Control Palette so I can use it in a JSP page??
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This explains how to add Swing components to the Data Control Palette:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/howtos/10g/customswinginadf/index.html
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thank you :o) but I don't want to add custom control?? I want to add an existing control !! I've noticed that Data Control Palette provide JList for UIX pages but not for JSP pages .. I want it in jsp pages too .
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You should be able to do that with existing controls too - see the JTextField XML sample provided on that page.

For using it in JSP - I guess you need to use JSF....
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