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JTable rows are getting visible in the middile of the JFrame only

 
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I am extending the JFrame and trying to add the JTable in a JPanel with the help of JScrollPane.





Above is the part of example and for above I am getting the out as the rows are gettin populated only on middle area of the JFrame cutting the left pary as well as the right part of the JFrame. If I am trying to add the JScrollPane directly to the JFrame , then it the output is fine.
 
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Where are you adding the table? Your code does not mention to any table.
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I am using these lines of code




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Screen SHot For JTabel
 
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TicketFixingReportPanel is using a FlowLayout, which by default centers components. Try changing that into a BorderLayout.
 
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Thanks to All,

BorderLayout worked.
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