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Deleting JTable Row

 
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I am able to delete the rows except first row in JTable.I am
using AbstractTableModel and in that i am using vector for maintaining records.How to solve this problem??
 
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Why can't you delete row 0? What happens when you try?
 
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I am not sure what's going on, but what you see is what you get from the getValueAt(int row, int col) method if you override it.
please make sure that you delete the data before you call fireTableRowsDeleted(indexOne , indexOne). And the method call should be fireTableRowsDeleted(0, 0).
Good luck!
 
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