JTable column headers not displaying using custom table model

Hi,
I'm attempting to use a custom table model (by extending AbstractTableModel) to display the contents of a data set in a JTable. The table is displaying the data itself correctly but there are no column headers appearing. I have overridden getColumnName of the table model to return the correct header and have tried playing with the ColumnModel for the table but have not been able to get the headers to display (at all).
Any ideas?
Cheers

Class PublicationTableModel:
public class PublicationTableModel extends AbstractTableModel
    PublicationManager pubManager;
    /** Creates a new instance of PublicationTableModel */
    public PublicationTableModel(PublicationManager pm)
        super();
        pubManager = pm;
    public int getColumnCount()
        return GUISettings.getDisplayedFieldCount();
    public int getRowCount()
        return pubManager.getPublicationCount();
    public Class getColumnClass(int columnIndex)
        Object o = getValueAt(0, columnIndex);
        if (o != null) return o.getClass();
        return (new String()).getClass();
    public String getColumnName(int columnIndex)
        System.out.println("asked for column name "+columnIndex+" --> "+GUISettings.getColumnName(columnIndex));
        return GUISettings.getColumnName(columnIndex);
    public Publication getPublicationAt(int rowIndex)
        return pubManager.getPublicationAt(rowIndex);
    public Object getValueAt(int rowIndex, int columnIndex)
        Publication pub = (Publication)pubManager.getPublicationAt(rowIndex);
        String columnName = getColumnName(columnIndex);
        if (columnName.equals("Address"))
            if (pub instanceof Address) return ((Address)pub).getAddress();
            else return null;
        else if (columnName.equals("Annotation"))
            if (pub instanceof Annotation) return ((Annotation)pub).getAnnotation();
            else return null;
        etc
       else if (columnName.equals("Title"))
            return pub.getTitle();
        else if (columnName.equals("Key"))
            return pub.getKey();
        return null;
    public boolean isCellEditable(int rowIndex, int colIndex)
        return false;
    public void setValueAt(Object vValue, int rowIndex, int colIndex)
    }Class GUISettings:
public class GUISettings {
    private static Vector fields = new Vector();
    private static Vector classes = new Vector();
    /** Creates a new instance of GUISettings */
    public GUISettings() {
    public static void setFields(Vector f)
        fields=f;
    public static int getDisplayedFieldCount()
        return fields.size();
    public static String getColumnName(int columnIndex)
        return (String)fields.elementAt(columnIndex);
    public static Vector getFields()
        return fields;
}GUISettings.setFields has been called before table is displayed.
Cheers,
garsher

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