• Subject: Re: INSERT data in JTABLE
  • From: "James H. H. Lampert" <jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2000 07:10:14 -0800

Raghavendra Rao wrote:
. . .
> As of now, I can connect to the DB, fetch data into my
> JAVA application. But I cannot insert or update my
> JTABLE. I tried setValueAt() but doesnt seem to
> understant it. Is there any specific way this has to
> be implemented !!!!
. . .

Dear Raghavendra:

All of my Java development tools and docs are at work, and I'm a bit too
rushed right now to look things up on http://java.sun.com right now, so
I might be sucking antimatter, but:

Are you telling the JTable to repaint itself after you change the values 
therein?

You might, depending on the circumstances, have to do some combination
of repaint(), validate(), and/or invalidate(); exact details escape me.
(I'm a mixed-language programmer by trade, myself, and my preferred
language on the AS/400 is MI).

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