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Some free JTable source.

Posted on 2006-10-28
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Hi all,

I need to display a list of data much like the windows browser does. I need to sort by different columns and perhaps even secondary sort. I want to change the column order, add and remove columns, all the things that seem to take days to implement. I also need to handle up to about 10,000 records but there will rarely be more than about 2,000.

Also, I need it to be free.

Any suggestions?

Paul
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That looks perfect! :-)

Any other alternatives?

Paul
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Sorry, none that I know of, but glazedLists is awesome. I've never needed anything more.
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