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? JTable getColumnName

Geoff Jefferson
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I can't figure out why the column names are not showing up on my table.
Here is the code.




Rob Spoor
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Geoff, code end tags start with a /, not a \. So it's [/code], not [\code]. I've fixed it for you.

Moving to the Swing forum.


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Michael Dunn
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showed up OK for me
Geoff Jefferson
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Thank, I found an error in the controller.
 
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