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JavaFX: data in Table View

 
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Hi All,

Am using JavaFX to read a data a database ... I see the data when i print it on the console of the IDE but unable to get it displayed in the Table View. I have included all the code in the main class.
Please Help!!! (Let me know if anything else is needed to debug, am new to FX)

 
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Can someone please help on this!!!
 
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Hi,
I don't see a table.getColumns().setAll() call in your code. Did you check out the doc?
 
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Hi,

if you not already solved this then
change line 84: table.setItems(data);
to table.getItems().addAll(data);.
It should work after that.
 
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