In fact, I'm using Fedora Core 2...
I'll try JSWTTable, because when I have very large datasets I'm just=20
Thanks for (really) fas response!
Robin Rawson-Tetley escreveu:
>Depends on many factors and what platform you are using.
>SwingWT utilises SWT virtual tables, which are very fast (and work
>similarly to the Swing JTable, where table items are read from the model
>and rendered as needed).
>The exception to this is on Windows, where a bug in a previous milestone
>caused virtual tables to not work, so SwingWT doesn't use them by
>default on Windows.=20
>This is of course assuming you are using Windows :-)
>If you are, and want to try virtual tables (I don't have or use
>Windows), then you can call:
>At the beginning of your app.
>If you are using Linux/Mac and seeing this same poor performance, then
>you could try the alternative JTable implementation submitted recently
>in swingwtx.custom.JSWTTable which uses the JFace API for rendering (and
>is supposed to be extremely fast assuming you don't want table editing,
>which isn't supported by it).
>On Mon, Feb 21, 2005 at 09:35:42AM -0300, Edson Carlos Ericksson Richter=
>>I'm doing something wrong, or JTable implementation is really slower=20
>>than plain Java Swing JTable?
>>I've populated a javax.swing.JTable with 19000 records, take 2.5 second=
>>on a 500Mhz machine.
>>Changed to swingswtx.swing.JTable, and take 26 seconds...
>>Thanks for any tips.
>>Edson Carlos Ericksson Richter
>>MGR Inform?tica Ltda.
>>Fones: 3347-0446 / 9259-2993
Edson Carlos Ericksson Richter
MGR Inform=E1tica Ltda.
Fones: 3347-0446 / 9259-2993