Just a quick post today. I was having problems refreshing a JTree and keeping the expanded paths in-tact. Instead of calling reload() on themodel i needed to be calling nodeChanged even if a node is being removed. Here is the snippet:

((DefaultTreeModel)tree.getModel()).nodeChanged(actualNode);//notify the model that the node has changed

Matt

 

Matt Reid

Lead Software Architect. Java/Node enthusiast, badminton lover, foodie.

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