I have a JTable with a bound List<A>, with bindings setup with Netbeans6.8. My problem is the following: I succesfully bind the instances of A in the list, but when editing its properties, the model is successfully updated, but the table is not refreshed. Before starting a thousand workarounds I would like to ask you if there's any neat method to set a more accurate update strategy (I already set Read/Write, but of course for the list, not for the underlying instances).
Well, personally, I don't like NetBeans (this is just, of course, a personal opinion), so I don't know exactly how your environment is. But the thing is, in order to refresh the JTable so it displays the data of your TableModel, you should call fireTableDataChanged() after updating the TableModel.
the problem is that since I am using bindings, if I retrieve the tablemodel I get an instance of an inner private class of the JTableBinding class (org.jdesktop.swingbindings.JTableBinding$BindingTableModel)... to which I am not gaining access, therefore not being able to fire the update as you said... hmmm.... any ideas?