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JTable Updating

 
Maya Naga
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hi ranches,

i developed a program to display the files in selected directories or folders using jtree and jtable..
i have a jdialog which gets the folder from the user..
i have no problem while choosing the folder for first time..
but when i again choose another folder the new files get append with the last displayed files...
i have tried lots of methods to refresh the jtable when the user selects the open dialog ..........

here is my code:
// this is for opening the jdialog:


//this s for showing the files list in jtable and jtree



code for jtree


my own table model code




need help...
thanks
 
Michael Dunn
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> need help...
> thanks

if you really want help, you'd post something we can copy/paste/compile/run and see what you see.

if you just want us to read your snippets, well, I'd prefer to go to the library
 
Maya Naga
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this time i will enter my entire data



problem am getting is when we choose new directory or folder, the files in selected folder get append with the jtable value ...

i have tried few methods to do it such as fireTableDataChanged etc. but nothing happened..
what i should do to refresh jtable every time while user chooses new folder/directory?...
thanks..
 
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We don't want full code files, we want SSCCEs.
 
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Ambika Nagalakshmi wrote:what i should do to refresh jtable every time while user chooses new folder/directory?

Create a new instance of your table model, put your data into it, and call the JTable's setModel method.
 
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