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Two of these are the fire Table Data Changed() and fire Table Structure Changed() of the Abstract Table Model.The first one simply states that the data has changed (including the addition of new rows), telling the table to repaint/render/whatever the data.I left out a detail - this is all happening in an applet, with the gui's Swing gui's.The gui has not just the JTable but also quite a few buttons, lists, etc.The table is registered as a listener to the model (as in Table Model Listener(table); ).
Thanks Ivan Default Table Model is fine for regular stuff, but for anything fancy, I like to create my own table model. If you don't implement MVC then at least run the GUI in a separate thread from the worker component.The reason for more than one thread is that the event dispatcher will not update the display if your code updates the model/table then immediately gets busy with something else (i.e. I can't comment of applet as I generally stay away from them.So, in your code you did: Row(row Data); Try adding the following right after the above line of code: Swing Utilities.invoke Later(new Runnable() ); Hope that helps.It starts with an empty table and adds each row one at a time, as it reads input data to determine how many rows and what data to use.It can take a while to get all of the data for each row, and I would like to have the user see each row as it is added.
Regards, Roger Lacroix" id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl09_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="1616267" / Hi, Default Table Model is fine for regular stuff, but for anything fancy, I like to create my own table model. If you don't implement MVC then at least run the GUI in a separate thread from the worker component.