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Hello all,
The code below pulls out the columnnames from a database and diplays them in a JList. How can I get the JList to display the data that is in a columnname called ben?
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Ben
 
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Since this is more about the Swing than the JDBC, moving to the Swing forum.
 
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Sorry if I sound rude, but is there anyone who can help me with this please?
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Bear Bibeault: It's really a jdbc/sql question (and you should probably fit to the naming conventions here ... har, har, har).

Note: You may not learn sql entirely from asking in a forum.
Get a tutorial, a book, a teacher.
And: shouting! don't catch Exceptions with silent ignore!
Don't!
Who silently catches Exceptions will be silently get cought by Exceptions.
And a minor question: From how many examples did you patchwork the code?
I would say: 5
And a last question:
Where did you find that 'ParanoidGetUntilItWorksButOnlyOnce_SmellPattern':

I would suggest: Get rid of it!
The best termin for that is: Today.
 
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I did not patchwork my code as I used Visual Age for Java.
 
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sorting your imports, you find something like that:

and a lot more...


And look at 'getArPane ()'.
Which exception do you want to catch?
'Throwable'.
Every exception.
But which exception may occour?
Nearly no one!
Perhaps an OutOfMemoryException.
And what will happen then?
Tell me!
And tell me, which other exception you want to catch!
(edited for typo)
[ April 03, 2004: Message edited by: Stefan Wagner ]
 
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