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If I were to use the same instance of the model for all, I would need each tree to show only some of the nodes, by class. If you have JTrees T1, T2, T3 based on Table Models M1, M2, M3, and M2 grows a new branch causing T2 to redisplay itself, why in the world would T1/M1 and T3/M3 care? If JTree T1 is displaying (and perhaps editing) a tree of Widgets, and JTree T2 is displaying (editing? Unfortunately my crystal bowl stays dark because you didn't mentioned your operating system and which DB2 version you're using.
But if T1 and T3 *do* care about changes to T2, why aren't they based on the same Table Model that T2 uses? ) a tree of Gidgets, why should either of them change just because JTree T3 edits its set of Fidgets? For Windows, *nix and OS/2 please ensure that your application is using the db2from SQLLIB\java.
That is, why don't T1, T2, T3 all use a single model M? What connection is there between Widgets, Gidgets, and Fidgets such that a change to a set of one of them somehow affects the others? Check if there are multiple db2on your system, remove any extra db2files on the system.
I have a database in Access that has more than 150000 records.