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Display Colum header in Jtable

 
faisal henry
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hi,
I want to display the column header in my Jtable, but when i finished editing the header it won't show. I am using Forte 4, is there a bug or am i doing it wrongly?
 
Gregg Bolinger
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nu toJava,
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faisal henry
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ok sheriff i surrender ),
 
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That was quick. Thanks!
 
Nathan Pruett
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Your table headers don't show up unless your table is in a JScrollPane... kinda confusing, but it's done mostly so you don't have to worry about keeping headers at the top of the scroll pane yourself.
 
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