On Tue, 6 Dec 2005, Joost Kraaijeveld wrote:
> I *must* (as in: I have no choice and it can't be solved another way by
> customer demand) display a large table (> 1.100.000 records) in a JTable
> ( or something that looks like a JTable for the customer).
> AS a JTable works with rows, so I have written code that calculates the
> row of the record in the query and maps any row request to an index in
> the query.
> 1. Customer wants the record with 'some text' in column 'a'
> 2. I calculate the index:
> select count(*) from table where a < 'some text'
There's got to be a better way of storing this index. If this is readonly
data then you could easily number all of these in the database itself. I
think the problem may be that you are trying to index all this data as an
array where you need an absolute offset. Perhaps a different data
structure would make a better backing type?
> 4. If not, I get 100 records before and after the requested record,
> including the record itself and put them in the local cache so that
> JTable can call AbstratTableModel.getValueAt(row,column) without the
> need of accessing the database.
How do you determine the records before and after at the moment?
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