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    Default feeding map into jtable

    Hi

    I want to feed a jtable with my datastructure map

    Java Code:
    Map<Object , List<Object>> myMap;
    in java tutorials i found the following

    Java Code:
    There are two JTable constructors that directly accept data (SimpleTableDemo uses the first):
    
        * JTable(Object[][] rowData, Object[] columnNames)
        * JTable(Vector rowData, Vector columnNames)
    My question is :
    Should iterate over the map and read each List . Convert the List to Vector and then add it ?

    There is also another approach i.e. to add Vector ( row data ) directly into the DataModel

    Which is best approach ?

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    kmm

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    Hi, I think that best approach is implement AbstractTableModel and it use in JTable.
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    Default defaulttable model and abstract table model

    Hi

    thanks for that

    what s the difference between defaulttable model and abstract table model ?

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    defaulttable extend abstracttable. It use Vector to store the cell value objects.
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