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Getting values from more than one column in a row

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I am using the following code that obtains the value of the selected cell from a JTable:
String faplayerName =(String)table.getValueAt(table.getSelectedRow(), table.getSelectedColumn());
and here is the SQL statement I am using to update a table:
model.setState(statement.executeQuery("INSERT INTO "+teamSigningfa+" (Player) VALUES ('"+faplayerName.trim()+"')"));
This works fine but I want to be able to obtain the values from all of the columns in the selected row rather than just the cell alone. Can someone tell me what method to use and an example of how it is written? The goal is to use all the values and update the Access DB with a SQL statement.

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I figured it out
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