I have 6 records which I retrieved for a customer number entered, among which for the first 3 records I have Billing name populated.
Hence i have sorted the first 3 records using billing name before displaying the search result. For the next 3 records billing name
is not populated, hence i have sorted the next 3 records using customer Id before displaying the search result.
Hence I have segregated the 6 records in to 2 lists each containg 3 records each.
collections.sort(list1, new BillingNameComparator());
collections.sort(list2, new CustomerIdComparator());
Here as per the above list1 will be sorted using billing name and list2 will be sorted using the CustomerId. Now when I display
final search result I need to make sure the list1 records(billing name sort) are displayed first followed by the list2 records(Customer Id sort).
Hence i have created a t5hird list list3 in which i add list1 and list2.
But i do this the records are displayed in a random order and not in the sorted order which is set in the list1 and list2.
It seems to me your code should work as it is provided the lists contain what you say they contain. Can you print the contents of lists 1, 2, and 3, and post it here? And what datatype are these lists?