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I created a table using swing components but when i close the window the data enered are lost...how to get the data entered in the table ?or how to store?

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Hi dear,

the data you are entering stores in a temporay memory( ram in this case), which lost when you close your application.

> if you want to store your data so that you can again access it, you will have to store data in a DATABASE(by using jdbc) or in a file(simpler)

try this link
http://bytes.com/topic/java/answers/856588-saving-jtable-data

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