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I have created a table to be used with JDBC. due to some restrictions i must not use scrollbars and mouse to select cells in this table. I have managed to traverse the table by using button clicks. The question is how do i programmatically position the cursor on a single cell ONLY when the row in which the cell resides is selected. can anyone help me please. Thanks a lot.
I am not sure I follow your question completely, but to select a single cell, you need to call the setCellSelectionEnabled() method on the table, and to move the selection to a different cell, you can use the changeSelection(...) method [This message has been edited by Sayuri Coppinger (edited August 11, 2001).]