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Dynamically adding amount of objects in one jTable deppending on rows of another  RSS feed

 
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I am basically creating a type of register where there is two JTables, the first JTable retrives data from a MYSQL database and the second JTable is just full of rows with a boolean tick box in it so that they can be classed as present or not. I have tryed a few things but so far nothing has worked and i am wondering if its something to do with my code for setting the amount of rows then porting them into JTable2:

Code used for creating the Object[][] in order to put into the JTable:


i am then just customising the code for the JTable model in Netbeans by using




any help on what im doing wrong?
 
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