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Record Number in JTable

 
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Hi

I am doing the URLyBird assignment.

I will create a Room object that will contain the recNo. My table will then display the Room objects. I have read a thread that talks about the record number in the JTable but am still unsure. Just wondering do you have to create some sort of hidden column in the table containing the record number or is there an alternative approach.

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Rod
 
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Hi Rod,


Read this thread.


HTH,


Carlos.
 
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Hi Carlos,

Thanks for the quick response and the link.

Looks like one way to do it then is to maintain a list of Room objects in the table model which are in the same order as the rooms are displayed in the table. Then the table index of the selected row in the table will allow me to create the Room object from the appropriate list element.

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Rod
 
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Hi Rod,

You don't have to create a Room object when a user selects a row from the table. You just retrieve the Room object from the list in the table model.

Kind regards,
Roel
 
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Hi Roel,

ok. I'm with you now. I'll just grab the Room object from the list.

Many thanks

Rod
 
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