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I've been trying to get a JTable to appear. Unfortunately only a blank screen appears. I have 6 records in my test database. When I checked my dataModel with getRowCount and getColumnCount, it does show my 6 records and my 6 columns. What am I missing?
Enclosed is a copy of my code.

[Added [ code ] tags and disabled smilies for clarity - Jim]

[This message has been edited by Jim Yingst (edited May 10, 2001).]
 
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Try adding your JTable to a JPanel and add the JPanel to the JScrollPane.
 
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Added JTable to JPanel and then JPanel to JScrollPane. Exactly the same results.
 
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If you want to get answers from the people that really know Swing, you should probably look in the Swing forum. I'm moving this thread there.
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