Steps to reproduce:
- select some directory in the Explorer window
- create J2EE/EJBModule from wizard and select its
node in the Explorer
- call popup menu via Shift+F10
- select, for example, "add EJB" menu item from
- push Escape in the "Add EJB" dialog
- dialog closed and focus is in the Main window
Focus should come back to the Explorer window.
This bug exists for windows platform only.
Product Version = Sun ONE Studio 5, Standard
Edition (Build 030502)
IDE Versioning = IDE/1 spec=3.42.1 impl=030502
Operating System = Windows 2000 version 5.0
running on x86
Java; VM; Vendor = 1.4.1_02; Java HotSpot(TM)
Client VM 1.4.1_02-b06; Sun Microsystems Inc
Yes. On Linux it works fine. Need to investigate. Marian please can
you test with latest JDK?
I am sorry but it works for me.
Win2000, jdk 1.4.1_02 and 1.4.2(build 22)
What windowing mode you use? Do you have something like "focus follow
mouse" switch on ?
The problem is 100% reproducable in the SDI mode, I am using "Click in
window to make active" style.
It works fine in MDI mode.
Yes SDI/MDI is very important info for most of winsys bugs. We will
It really doesn't work in SDI - Win2000, IMHO it works fine on SOl8:)
Because Window System v1 will not be supported from now by our team, all old
winsys issues (now "core/window system v1" issues) are going to be closed as
Changes in API which emerged both from UI spec
and problems with adjusting to the older API are described in the document
It shows also recommends how the client code should be adjusted to the new
If you think this issue apply also to the new winsys then change the
subcomponent (to "core/window system") and REOPEN it.
It is important accessibility issue for windows platform.
But it is still old winsys.
re-evaluate please ...
makes no sense to have it open. is not an issue with 3.6 and promo-d
closing as wontfix.