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Thread: Adding a new row automatically with jTable(maybe?) (WindowBuilder)

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    Default Adding a new row automatically with jTable(maybe?) (WindowBuilder)

    I just started to learn java and right now I'm working on my final project for the course I'm taking. I decided to make a standalone Budget program. We are required to use window builder in eclipse.

    Anyways, its a simple program, main page displays some info, then there is a tab for adding a new transaction(date, category, item, type, amount) with a button that will add that info as a transaction. The last tab will display all the transactions in a list or table(will be hoping to find a way so the user can sort the info as well by column) The display would be something like.... (the ---------- represents a row of info)

    Date Category item type amount
    -----------------------------------


    So when the user adds a transaction, I want it to add a new row to display that info in the GUI. Its very simple display that I want, I just don't know if I should use jTable or another way so that the user can't edit the info when they are viewing all the transaction history, but they can delete it. Any help would be very appreciated!
    Last edited by freefora11; March 15th, 2014 at 07:20 PM.


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