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But the best way is to do it right from the beginning.
In many situations, without threads, you will be fine, because the time to perform an action isn't that long to block the user.
This ensures that any updates made to the model of the JList is reflected on the UI.
So, the code to update Swing components reside here.
After pushing a button , i recreate the Jlist and i would like to REFRESH the JScroll Pane with my new Jlist.
With a "JList", you can call the "set List Data()" method with a Vector and it will construct a new List model for you behind the scenes. So every time the vector changes you need to re-build the List.
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in your app you could instantiate a thread that reads your records every 5 or 10 seconds, looks for changes and update the jlist.