Network Tables and GRIP in Java

Hey I cannot seem to access my GRIP folder when I open Outline Viewer I figure I am probably doing something wrong just a heads up :yikes: . I am using a command based Robot by the way. I am brand new to GRIP and network tables so any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

package org.usfirst.frc.team3039.robot;

import org.usfirst.frc.team3039.robot.subsystems.Drivetrain;
import org.usfirst.frc.team3039.robot.subsystems.Electronics;

import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.CameraServer;
import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.IterativeRobot;
import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.command.Command;
import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.command.CommandGroup;
import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.command.Scheduler;
import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.livewindow.LiveWindow;
import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.networktables.NetworkTable;
import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.smartdashboard.SendableChooser;
import edu.wpi.first.wpilibj.smartdashboard.SmartDashboard;

 * The VM is configured to automatically run this class, and to call the
 * functions corresponding to each mode, as described in the IterativeRobot
 * documentation. If you change the name of this class or the package after
 * creating this project, you must also update the manifest file in the resource
 * directory.
public class Robot extends IterativeRobot{

	public static OI oi;
	public static final Electronics electronics = new Electronics();
	public static final Drivetrain drivetrain = new Drivetrain();
	NetworkTable table;
    Command autonomousCommand;
    SendableChooser<CommandGroup> chooser;
     * This function is run when the robot is first started up and should be
     * used for any initialization code.
    public void robotInit() {
		oi = new OI();
    	table = NetworkTable.getTable("GRIP");
		chooser = new SendableChooser<CommandGroup>();

        CameraServer cameraserver = CameraServer.getInstance();

//       chooser.addDefault("Default Auto", new ExampleCommand());
//        chooser.addObject("My Auto", new MyAutoCommand());
        //SmartDashboard.putData("Auto mode", chooser);
        SmartDashboard.putData("Sendable Chooser", chooser);        
    public void robotPeriodic() {
     * This function is called once each time the robot enters Disabled mode.
     * You can use it to reset any subsystem information you want to clear when
	 * the robot is disabled.
    public void disabledInit(){

	public void disabledPeriodic() {

	 * This autonomous (along with the chooser code above) shows how to select between different autonomous modes
	 * using the dashboard. The sendable chooser code works with the Java SmartDashboard. If you prefer the LabVIEW
	 * Dashboard, remove all of the chooser code and uncomment the getString code to get the auto name from the text box
	 * below the Gyro
	 * You can add additional auto modes by adding additional commands to the chooser code above (like the commented example)
	 * or additional comparisons to the switch structure below with additional strings & commands.
    public void autonomousInit() {
        autonomousCommand = (Command) chooser.getSelected();
		/* String autoSelected = SmartDashboard.getString("Auto Selector", "Default");
		switch(autoSelected) {
		case "My Auto":
			autonomousCommand = new MyAutoCommand();
		case "Default Auto":
			autonomousCommand = new ExampleCommand();
		} */
    	// schedule the autonomous command (example)
        if (autonomousCommand != null) autonomousCommand.start();

     * This function is called periodically during autonomous
    public void autonomousPeriodic() {

    public void teleopInit() {
		// This makes sure that the autonomous stops running when
        // teleop starts running. If you want the autonomous to 
        // continue until interrupted by another command, remove
        // this line or comment it out.
        if (autonomousCommand != null) autonomousCommand.cancel();

     * This function is called periodically during operator control
    public void teleopPeriodic() {
     * This function is called periodically during test mode
    public void testPeriodic() {;

Make sure you set the roboRIO IP address in the GRIP settings under the NetworkTable address box.

My bad I didn’t publish in GRIP lol thanks anyway though!