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I am writing a Java Application that send and receives information from the My SQL Database.
The full internal version number for this update release is 1.5.0_22-b03 (where "b" means "build"). This release contains Olson time zone data version 2009m.
Please help me with updating jtable the init code is //Start of init private void init Components() // end of init the add row code is //Add a row to j Table1 JGrpmst ac = new JGrpmst(); Grpid(
UUID.random UUID()String() ); Grpname("New Group "); // entity Manager1Transaction().begin(); // entity Manager1.persist(ac); // entity Manager1Transaction().commit(); print("\n" this.list1.size()); print(this.j Table1Model()Row Cou nt()); print(this.j Table1Row Count()); this.list1.add(ac); print("\n" this.list1.size()); print(this.j Table1Model()Row Cou nt()); print(this.j Table1Row Count()); //End of ADD row code there is no error while i add the row and all the sizes are increased by 1 but when i scroll the jtable i get exception of Exception in thread "AWT-Event Queue-0" Array List.get(Array List.java:322) at org.jdesktop. List Binding Manager$ Column Description Manager.validate Binding(List Bindi ng Manager.java:191) at org.jdesktop. value At(List Binding Manager.java:99) at org.jdesktop.swingbinding. JTable Binding$Binding Tab le Value At(JTable Binding.java:713) at javax.swing. JTable.prepare Renderer(JTable.java:570 3) at javax.basic. Basic Table UI.paint Cell(Basi c Table UI.java:2072) at javax.basic.
It seems the underlying sort has worked correctly, but these changes are not reflected to the JTable properly or are not processed by the JTable properly. * * Note selecting a cell and updating causes interesting repaints as some of the rows get repainted * (you can see duplicated keys when old data exists) * * @author Robert Trevethan * */ public class Test Class ---------- END SOURCE ---------- CUSTOMER SUBMITTED WORKAROUND : When sorting on updates, add a "Row Sorter Listener" to the sorter, catch the sorter changed event and on the Row Sorter Event.
STEPS TO FOLLOW TO REPRODUCE THE PROBLEM : Using the code supplied, 1. Click the update table button (loads new random values into table) 3. SORTED trigger a repaint of the JTable, which is not an efficient workaround.System Event Queue Utilities$Component Wor k Request.run(System Event Queue Utilities.java:125) at event.