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Hi everyone,

I am trying to save the contents the of the jtable together with all its fonts and everything else. The program compiles without any errors but When i try to save the contents of the JTable an exception is thrown in the tablesaveas method in the below method

Please note that i am saving the jtable as an object. I am providing the below runnable example so you guys can compile and run and see what i mean.

Here is the code

This is the exception that is thrown. The exception does not seem to be thrown from my own code.

Here is the exception thrown

As you can see from my above code in the tablesaveas method i am saving
six objects but if i change the tablesaveas method to this(see the below code) the table is saved without any problems

The only difference as you can see is that i am writing two objects instead of six and i don't really know what's wrong . I don't know if this is a bug in Java or am i missing something.

I am using JDK 1.4.2_04

I hope someone can help me with this problem

Any help is greatly appreciated

Thank You

Yours Sincerely

Richard West
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