Re: Project Idea: Cleaner ways of hooking up a list of beans to a JTable.

Daniel Pitts <>
Tue, 19 Jan 2010 11:56:13 -0800
CodeRight wrote:

On 19 jan, 17:52, Daniel Pitts
<> wrote:

CodeRight wrote:

Hello Daniel,
I have developed a framework that aupport everything (and more) you
Components like combobox/list/table/etc are all type-safe and support
to javabean properties. Let me show an example for a customers table:
Table<Customer> table = new Table<Customer("customers");
table.addColumn(0, "ColumnTitle", "bindPropertyName");
That's it, no TableModel is needed just provide a List<Customer>
and the framework takes care of everything for you.
If you are interested in the framework look here:
Will Boluyt

Sounds interesting... Does the table reflect changes to the bean
automatically? Meaning, does the table register itself as a

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in a real world application beans come from everywhere (RMI,
Hibernate, etc)
so they most likely will not have PropertyChangeSupport...

Jazz works with any bean/pojo that has public getters and setters and
the binding
'nows' howto reflect changes :)

Part of my suggestion for the project was to automatiaclly add
PropertyChangeSupport somehow.

I actually consider it a missing language feature that this isn't
supported easily without a ton of boilerplate code.

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