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Hey guys! I need help...

I have a text field and table that I made on NetBeans. I'm working on GUI. Anyway, in this text field, the user inputs his/her name. And the user's name is displayed on the "User 1" heading of the table:

jTable1.setModel(new javax.swing.table.DefaultTableModel(
            new Object [][] {
                {"Monday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Tuesday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Wednesday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Thursday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Friday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Saturday", null, null, null, null}
            },
            new String [] {
                "Day", "User 1", "User 2", "Free time", "Duration"
            }

So, instead of seeing "User 1 " as a heading, the name is shown. I was thinking of making a method "getText" which gets the String from the text field, and passing it to the table.. But idk. Can someone please help me?

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Last Post by laguardian
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Get Data from TextField into Vector.. add that vector as row in Table...

Vector rowList = new Vector<Object>(5);// no of columns...
rowList.add(day.getText());
rowList.add(user1.getText());
rowList.add(user2.getText());
rowList.add(free.getText());
rowList.add(duration.getText());
tableModel.addRow(rowList);
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How do I add vector as a row? Like this:

jTable1.setModel(new javax.swing.table.DefaultTableModel(
            new Object [][] {
                {"Monday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Tuesday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Wednesday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Thursday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Friday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Saturday", null, null, null, null}
            },
            new String [] {
                "Day", "User 1", "User 2", "Free time", "Duration"
            }
Vector rowList = new Vector<Object>(5);// no of columns...
rowList.add(day.getText());
rowList.add(user1.getText());
rowList.add(user2.getText());
rowList.add(free.getText());
rowList.add(duration.getText());
tableModel.addRow(rowList);
}
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jTable1.setModel(new javax.swing.table.DefaultTableModel(
            new Object [][] {
                {"Monday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Tuesday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Wednesday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Thursday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Friday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Saturday", null, null, null, null}
            },
            new String [] {
                "Day", "User 1", "User 2", "Free time", "Duration"
            }

Instead of this... Make DefaultTableModel separetly

DefaultTableModel tableModel = new DefaultTableModel();

JTable table = new JTable();
table.setModel(tableModel);

then add row in tableModel..

Edited by Vaspar: n/a

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Ahh ok. So it ends up looking like this:

DefaultTableModel tableModel = new DefaultTableModel();

JTable table = new JTable();
table.setModel(tableModel);
Vector rowList = new Vector<Object>(5);// no of columns...
rowList.add(day.getText());
rowList.add(user1.getText());
rowList.add(user2.getText());
rowList.add(free.getText());
rowList.add(duration.getText());
tableModel.addRow(rowList);

So, how do I accomplish this part of the code:

new Object [][] {
                {"Monday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Tuesday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Wednesday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Thursday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Friday", null, null, null, null},
                {"Saturday", null, null, null, null}
            },
            new String [] {
                "Day", "User 1", "User 2", "Free time", "Duration"
            }

Do I just leave that out as well?

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First Define columnList,,,, Means Column Title.. (Caption)

Vector <Object> columnList = new Vector<Object>(5);
columnList.add("Day");
columnList.add("User1");
columnList.add("User2");
columnList.add("Free Time");
columnList.add("Duration");

Then open Your Java File in NotePad...

Remove previous code for creating DefaultTableModel,..

use new Code....

tableModel.setColumnIdentifiers(columnList);

save it and execute....


you will use ComboBox for days??

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The combo box will have the times that the user will pick, and will appear under "User1".

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