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disabling rows in JTable

alex earnshaw
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Joined: Nov 05, 2001
Posts: 60
How can I disable individual rows in my JTable?
I am using isCellEditable to make all the cells in the row uneditable, but I also want them greyed out...
I have tried using getCellRenderer to get the renderer for the cells in the row and then call setEnabled(false) on the renderer - but this makes all the cells in the whole table greyed out!
Can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong?
Nathan Pruett
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Joined: Oct 18, 2000
Posts: 4121

Implement a renderer that detects if the cell is editable and disables or enables itself appropriately...

Since you may be trying to do it the "backwards way" through the model because you are using different renderers and don't want to change each of them, I'll make this a "wrapper renderer" that takes a current renderer as a constructor parameter and delegates all the drawing to that renderer first. All you have to do to use this in your table is to call new EnableWrapperTableCellRenderer( oldRenderer ) whenever you set a renderer on your table or column.



-Nate
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