Please help.

mamta81 <>
Thu, 14 Feb 2008 01:01:34 -0800 (PST)
I am trying t make a jTable Using Abstract TableModel. But my JTable
doesnot appear on the frame.I have written two classes myTable and
jTable2 .My code is given below:

import javax.swing.*;
import java.awt.*;

public class myTable {
    public static void main(String args[]){
        JTable2 tbl2=new JTable2();
        JTable aTbl=new JTable(tbl2);
        JFrame frame=new JFrame("Jtable using AbstractTableModel");
        JPanel pan=new JPanel();
        JScrollPane scp=new JScrollPane();


import javax.swing.*;
import java.sql.*;
import java.util.*;
import javax.swing.table.*;

public class JTable2 extends AbstractTableModel{
    Connection con;
    Statement stmt;
    ResultSet rs;
    int columns;
    Vector allRows;
    Vector row=new Vector();
    String [] columnNames={"ID_CODE","NAME","SECTION"};

    public JTable2(){
        // connect to database
        }catch(Exception ex){

    void db_connect() throws SQLException{

        }catch(Exception ex){
    void getData() throws SQLException {
            rs=stmt.executeQuery("select idcode,id_name,sec_code from
            ResultSetMetaData rsMetaData=rs.getMetaData();
            allRows=new Vector();
                Vector newRow=new Vector();
                for(int i=1;i<=columns;i++){

        }catch (Exception ex){
    public int getRowCount(){
        return allRows.size();
    public int getColumnCount(){
        return columns;
    public Object getValueAt(int aRow,int aColumn){
        row=(Vector) allRows.elementAt(aRow);
        return row.elementAt(aColumn);
      public boolean isCellEditable(int row, int col){
            return false;


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