I am struggling with a Layout problem. Here is the definition of the problem:-

1) I have a JFrame where I specify space alignment in GroupLayout for JScrollPane as per the other (JButton/ comboBox etc..). My JScrollPane contains a JTable. I use get and set methods to set scrollpane values which is created in the JFileChooser code.

2) Now while updating my JTable content using JFileChooser. I create JScrollPane and add it to the JFrame outside JFileChooser:-
Here is my JFileChooser code snippet.

               scroll = new JScrollPane(table);

Later I add it outside JFilechooser to the GroupLayout which is then added to the jframe


The problem is that when the JTable is added after the Jfilechooser adds a file. The ScrollPane comes always at the top thus dismantling all my grouplayout alignment.

Now one solution to it is if I specify the scrollpane Layout using GridBagLayout in the JFileChooser code itself but when I maximize or minimize the wiindow again The Layout alignments are destroyed and scrollpane dissappears. When I click it appears again.

Jframe.setLayout(new GridBagLayout());
                GridBagConstraints c = new GridBagConstraints();
                boolean shouldFill = true;
                if (shouldFill) {
		//natural height, maximum width
		c.fill = GridBagConstraints.HORIZONTAL;
                c.fill = GridBagConstraints.HORIZONTAL;
                c.ipady = -102;      //make this component tall
                c.weightx = 0.0;
                c.gridwidth = 0;
                c.gridx = 0;
                c.gridy = 0;
                jframe.add(scroll, c);//This way works but scrollpane disaapears when maximize window

This way works where I use GridbagLayout and scrollpane in JFileChooser itself but when I maximize or minimize the window scrollpane disappears and when I sometimes click it comes back.!!!!
Is there is way out of this riddle ?

I have tried a lot now but didn't get any success so far.

Thanks in advance

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