Updating jtable

For example, if one user began editing an article, then it is said that the article was checked out by the user, when finished working with the article (usually by closing it using a button), the article is checked in by the user.


Once you have this array, you can pass it into the bind() method of JTable.

In a model class (extends JModel) you can also use: Notice that if you have not used the standard naming convention, you can supply the class prefix as the optional second parameter.



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