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    Default How to add into Jtable more than 100000 records

    I got Exception when I tried to add 100000 records into JTable by using DefaultTableModel
    what I have to use to fix this problem


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    Default Re: How to add into Jtable more than 100000 records

    Try increasing your heap size. Use the -xmx option. If you're using Eclipse, add '-Xmx1g' into eclipse.ini.

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    Default Re: How to add into Jtable more than 100000 records

    Please post the full exception. While it might be an OutOfMemoryException as the above post hints at, without the full stack trace we are left to guess.

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    Default Re: How to add into Jtable more than 100000 records

    If you find that your large data set is affecting performance too much, you could consider using a paging JTable that holds only enough data to display, and reads on-demand for records outside that range. Brian Cole has posted the code for such a table at CodeRanch, including a link to his lazy viewport implementation.

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