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Slight JTable problem

 
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Hi,
I have created a JTable and displayed the results of a SQL query. It compiles and runs fine but displays each recordSet 10 times. Can anyone see why this is happening?

Thanks
[ February 13, 2004: Message edited by: Amy Phillips ]
 
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Amy, I'm a newbie but is it possible in this piece of the code that the for loop is executed too many times since it is inside of a while loop?
while(rs.next()){Object[] row = new Object[cols];for (int j = 0; j < row.length; j++){row[j] = rs.getObject(j + 1);cache.add(row);}}

Hope that helps
Stuart
 
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Hi Stuart,
Thanks for your help, the problem was with the loop - I had the add(row) line inside the for loop so every line was being added 10 times.

btw - Welcome to the Java Ranch
 
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