Thanks for linking to that topic each time this question is asked, Carlos. Saves me a lot of time
Carlos Morillo wrote:I'd strongly recommend you check this thread.
... the new system must reimplement the database
code from scratch without altering the data file format
The company's IT department has a data file that contains the essential information for the company, but because the data must continue to be manipulated for reports using another custom-written application, the new system must reimplement the database code from scratch without altering the data file format.
I would go for just 7 columns, instead of 8 and hiding/removing 1
bernard adaba wrote:But i hide this last column from the user's view by removing the last column of my JTable. In this sense the user does not see the recNo field but it is actually existing the model which i can always obtain as when needed.
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