Re: JTable help

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Wed, 16 Jan 2008 19:43:22 -0800 (PST)
Well I've made an object to put the ResultSet data into, as suggested,
which definetly makes things better Unfortunately I am still getting
duplicated rows. According to the console output it goes in fine, and
comes out of the vector fine.. here's the ResultSet db stuff, the
interActiveJatable and the resultObject:
public class resultObject {
    public static String TIME = null;
    public static String CLASS_CODE = null;
    public static String DAY_OF_WEEK = null;
    public static String MEMBERS = null;
    public static String MINUTES_NONTEACHING= null;
    public static String MINUTES_OUTSIDE= null;
    public static String MINUTES_TEACHING= null;

    public void setTime (String t){
        TIME = t;

    public void setClassCode(String c){
        CLASS_CODE = c;
        System.out.println("SetClassCode: "+ CLASS_CODE);
    public void setDayOfWeek(String d){
        DAY_OF_WEEK = d;
    public void setMembers(String m){
        MEMBERS = m;
    public void setMinutesNonTeaching(String mnt){
    public void setMinutesOutside(String mo){
        MINUTES_OUTSIDE = mo;
    public void setMinutesTeaching(String mt){
        MINUTES_TEACHING = mt;
    public String getTime() throws NullPointerException{
            return TIME;
    public String getClassCode(){
            return CLASS_CODE;
    public String getDayOfWeek(){
            return DAY_OF_WEEK;
    public String getMembers(){

            return MEMBERS;

   public String getMinutesNonTeaching(){

           return MINUTES_NONTEACHING;

   public String getMinutesOutside(){

           return MINUTES_OUTSIDE;

   public String getMinutesTeaching(){

           return MINUTES_TEACHING;


import java.util.Vector;
 import javax.swing.table.AbstractTableModel;
 //modify this for our purposes

 public class InteractiveTableModel extends AbstractTableModel {
     public static final int TIME_INDEX = 0;
     public static final int CLASS_INDEX = 1;
     public static final int DAY_INDEX = 2;
     public static final int MEMBERS_INDEX = 3;
     public static final int MINUTES_NONTEACHING_INDEX = 4;
     public static final int MINUTES_OUTSIDE_INDEX = 5;
     public static final int MINUTES_TEACHING_INDEX = 6;

     protected String[] columnNames;
     protected Vector dataVector = new Vector();
     public static String teacherName;
     public static String day;

     public InteractiveTableModel(String[] columnNames, Vector table)
         this.columnNames = columnNames;
         dataVector = (Vector)table.clone();

         System.out.println("Length of dataVector is:


     public String getColumnName(int column) {
         return columnNames[column];

     public boolean isCellEditable(int row, int column) {

         return true;

     public Class getColumnClass(int column) {
         switch (column) {
             case TIME_INDEX:
             case CLASS_INDEX:
             case DAY_INDEX:
             case MEMBERS_INDEX:
             case MINUTES_OUTSIDE_INDEX:
             case MINUTES_TEACHING_INDEX:
                return String.class;
                return Object.class;

     public String getValueAt(int row, int column) {
         //dataVector =
(Vector)CreateDBSchedule.resultFinder(teacherName, day).clone();
         resultObject rowData =

         System.out.println("We've made it to get value at"+row
         try {
         switch (column) {
             case TIME_INDEX:

                 return rowData.getTime();
             case CLASS_INDEX:
                    return rowData.getClassCode();
             case DAY_INDEX:
                 return rowData.getDayOfWeek();
             case MEMBERS_INDEX:
                 return rowData.getMembers();
                 return rowData.getMinutesNonTeaching();
             case MINUTES_OUTSIDE_INDEX:
                 return rowData.getMinutesOutside();
             case MINUTES_TEACHING_INDEX:
                 return rowData.getMinutesTeaching();
                System.out.println("Nothing here?");
                 return "Nothing";
         } catch(NullPointerException e){
                System.out.println("Nothing here: "+e);
               return null;


     public void setValueAt(Object value, int row, int column) {
         Object[] rowData = (Object[])dataVector.get(row);
         switch (column) {
             case TIME_INDEX:
                    rowData[TIME_INDEX] = value;

             case CLASS_INDEX:
                 rowData[CLASS_INDEX] = value;
             case DAY_INDEX:
                 rowData[DAY_INDEX] = value;
             case MEMBERS_INDEX:
                 rowData[MEMBERS_INDEX] = value;
                 rowData[MINUTES_NONTEACHING_INDEX] = value;
             case MINUTES_OUTSIDE_INDEX:
                 rowData[MINUTES_OUTSIDE_INDEX] = value;
             case MINUTES_TEACHING_INDEX:
                 rowData[MINUTES_TEACHING_INDEX] = value;
                System.out.println("something bad happened changing
the table");

         fireTableCellUpdated(row, column);

    public int getRowCount() {
        System.out.println("Get row count: "+dataVector.size());
        return dataVector.size();


    public int getColumnCount() {
        System.out.println("Column Count: "+columnNames.length);
        return columnNames.length;
public static Vector resultFinder(String tableName, String
searchTerms) {

        Vector tableDataFiller = new Vector();

       String query = "SELECT *" +
                       " FROM "+ tableName +
                       " WHERE "+tableName+".DAY_OF_WEEK LIKE '"+
        try {

                con = DriverManager.getConnection(protocol + dB +
                        ";create=true", "app", "app");
                stmt = con.createStatement();

                ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery(query);
                ResultSetMetaData rsmd = rs.getMetaData();

                int rowCount = 0;
                while ( {

                   resultObject rowData = new resultObject();


                  System.out.println("Let's see what the RS vector
has: ");
                   //debug output here...
                   resultObject test =
                   String n = test.getClassCode();
                   System.out.println("ClassCode for row: "+rowCount+"


            } catch(SQLException ex) {
                    System.err.print("SQLException: ");

        return tableDataFiller;


Also I will see if I can get this into one of those compilable
examples as suggested earlier.

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