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AbstractTableModel, to wrap or not to wrap?

Chiji Nwankwo
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Joined: Jun 21, 2002
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Hi,
Can anyone tell me if they are wrapping the array of DataInfo objects passed back from the criteriaFind() method, before passing it onto the AbstractTableModel subclass. Or are you just dealing with the raw DataInfo objects and arrays directly?
What is the best approach? It seems when you try to use anything other than two dimensional arrays, it becomes a bit unpleasant.
Please advise.
Thanks,
Chiji


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Mark Spritzler
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I passed the DataInfo class to a method called setDataArray.
In this method I transform the DataInfo class into an Object[][]. It takes only three lines of code.
first create the Object[][] Loop through each record int DataInfo, and call getValues.
Mark


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Chiji Nwankwo
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Is getValues one of your own methods?
Mark Spritzler
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I don't have a getValues method in my TableModel class.
Oh I see, no that is a method provided to you in the DataInfo class.
Mark
[ July 02, 2002: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
 
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