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    Default Problem in printing JTable values

    Hi All,
    I have to print the JTable values (on paper using print dialogue box).
    I'm using jtableObj.print to print the table values. But jtableObj.print takes more time to print the table values because it prints the values as a image(approximately 5 mins to print 10 pages).

    My code is ,

    Java Code:
    boolean complete = tableObj.print(mode, header, footer, showPrintDialog, null, interactive,null);


    Could anyone please tell me how to reduce the time?

    Thanks in advance

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    Default Regarding JTable

    I want to display the Selected Directory Contents in FileChooser
    into the JTable.

    How to do that one.Please Reply with the Query.


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    Suresh.P

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    Quote Originally Posted by suresh.uvce View Post
    I want to display the Selected Directory Contents in FileChooser
    into the JTable.

    How to do that one.Please Reply with the Query.


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