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JTable Horizontal Bar

 
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Before I ask this question, I just want everyone to know that I am a young rookie at Java so this might be easier than I think.
Anyway, I am using a JTable inside of a JScrollPane to display information that I have manipulated from a database. Everything works great except for one thing. The Horizontal Bar doesn't work. The Vertical Bar works fine, but it seems as though the Horizontal bar is being ignored even though there is information that exists to the right the viewable area.
Can anyone help?
Thank you,
Michael Major
 
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You need to learn how to use this web site if you want anyone to answer you. You have posted in the "jobs discussion" forum. Try posting in the "java beginner" forum. Good luck.
 
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