JOptionPane Option Position Constants : JOptionPane Dialog « Swing « Java Tutorial





PositionDescription
CANCEL_OPTIONUsed when the Cancel button is pressed
CLOSED_OPTIONUsed when the pop-up window closed without the user pressing a button
NO_OPTIONUsed when the No button is pressed
OK_OPTIONUsed when the OK button is pressed
YES_OPTIONUsed when the Yes button is pressed


import java.awt.event.WindowAdapter;
import java.awt.event.WindowEvent;

import javax.swing.JFrame;
import javax.swing.JLabel;
import javax.swing.JOptionPane;

public class Test extends JFrame {
  public Test() {
    setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
    getContentPane().add(new JLabel("Placeholder label"));
    pack();
    setSize(200, 200);
    setVisible(true);

    int replaced = JOptionPane.showConfirmDialog(this,
        "Replace existing selection?");

    String result = "?";
    switch (replaced) {
    case JOptionPane.CANCEL_OPTION:
      result = "Canceled";
      break;
    case JOptionPane.CLOSED_OPTION:
      result = "Closed";
      break;
    case JOptionPane.NO_OPTION:
      result = "No";
      break;
    case JOptionPane.YES_OPTION:
      result = "Yes";
      break;
    default:
      ;
    }
    System.out.println("Replace? " + result);
  }

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    new Test();
  }
}










14.56.JOptionPane Dialog
14.56.1.Creating a JOptionPane
14.56.2.The JOptionPane Message Argument is an Object, not a String.
14.56.3.The JOptionPane Message Type and Icon Arguments
14.56.4.The JOptionPane Option Type Argument
14.56.5.The JOptionPane Options and Initial Value Arguments
14.56.6.JOptionPane Option Position Constants
14.56.7.Using JOptionPane to Display a Message
14.56.8.Using JOptionPane to Prompt User Confirmation
14.56.9.Using JOptionPane to prompt user confirmation: a demoUsing JOptionPane to prompt user confirmation: a demo
14.56.10.Using JOptionPane to Obtain User Input
14.56.11.Using JOptionPane with a predefined selectionsUsing JOptionPane with a predefined selections
14.56.12.Display JOptionPane
14.56.13.JOptionPane Utility Class: Get selection from JOptionPaneJOptionPane Utility Class: Get selection from JOptionPane
14.56.14.Message Pop-UpsMessage Pop-Ups
14.56.15.Confirm Pop-UpsConfirm Pop-Ups
14.56.16.Input Pop-UpsInput Pop-Ups
14.56.17.Big value list for JOptionInput DialogBig value list for JOptionInput Dialog
14.56.18.Option Pop-UpsOption Pop-Ups
14.56.19.String Array Option PopupsString Array Option Popups
14.56.20.Complex message argumentsComplex message arguments
14.56.21.Adding Components to the Button Area: Using JOptionPane with a JButton containing a text label and an iconAdding Components to the Button Area: Using JOptionPane with a JButton containing a text label and an icon
14.56.22.Sample JOptionPane in a JDialogSample JOptionPane in a JDialog
14.56.23.Instant Input DialogsInstant Input Dialogs
14.56.24.JOptionPane WARNING_MESSAGEJOptionPane WARNING_MESSAGE
14.56.25.Dialog without parent componentDialog without parent component
14.56.26.To displays a dialog with a list of choices in a drop-down list boxTo displays a dialog with a list of choices in a drop-down list box
14.56.27.Understanding the Message PropertyUnderstanding the Message Property
14.56.28.Using JOptionPane with a JSliderUsing JOptionPane with a JSlider
14.56.29.Displaying Multiline MessagesDisplaying Multiline Messages
14.56.30.Setting JOptionPane button labels to FrenchSetting JOptionPane button labels to French
14.56.31.Tip Of Day Dialog
14.56.32.About dialogAbout dialog
14.56.33.Create a Confirm Dialog Box
14.56.34.Create a Message Dialog Box
14.56.35.Yes no cancel dialog
14.56.36.OK cancel option dialog
14.56.37.Dialog with default options
14.56.38.Customize JOptionPane buttons
14.56.39.Modal dialog with yes/no button
14.56.40.Modal dialog with OK/cancel and a text field
14.56.41.Wait for a click and then quit
14.56.42.Localize a JOptionPane dialog
14.56.43.Modifiable JOptionPane
14.56.44.Customizing a JOptionPane Look and Feel