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Problem with JTable and AbstractTableModel in UrlyBird

 
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After spending a couple days trying to populate my TableModel ( I extended AbstractTableModel ), it is populated, but with things like this: [Ljava.lang.String;@159e154 . I am thinking it is an address. I am using class structure similar to Andrews, so I have ArrayList of String[], ArrayList of HotelRooms where HotelRooms is Value Object with setters/getters for all column fields. I am using Eclipse and ran through the debugger. I'm sure the records are all in there, and there are Strings in there for all the fields. The table has 29 different instances of the Ljava.lang.Strings in there so I'm sure I'm real close. I'm also getting A, B, C...etc. (7 of them, correct number) for my column headers. I tried using toString() on my model and a couple other places but couldn't do it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. It's probably something simple, I'm just blind from looking at it for so long
 
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Fixed it. Pretty stupid, really. The problem with the colums was this: I didn't have this method in my TableModel


The other problem (addresses appearing instead of actual values) was in the return value of this method.


I had "return field" without [column]. Duhh. Just glad I figured it out
 
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