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Originally posted by Doug Melzer: Take a look at DefaultTableModel and AbstractTableModel.
Doug Thanks for the information, I decided to use the AbstractTableModel and implement a vector to hold my table Data, every time the vector gets a new element, i just call fireTableRowInserted() method. In this way table will auto increse a new row. of couse the vector initialised as null. Cheers Peter