Hi there, I've got a JTable in which ppl can change some data. Before selecting anything else on the screen I want the data that is changed checked (ppl can change data in the same row without a problem, without checking..). So I added a List Selection Listener to the ListSelectionModel and it works like a charm.. almost.. If a user selects a row, edits some fields in it and selects another row I can check the data. But the ListSelectionModel doens't react on keyboard navigation input (arrow up, arrow down).. Is there anyway to override the standard keyboard navigation ? I have another question.. When is the setValueAt from the tablemodel called? I noticed that when defocusing the table after changing a textfield in it (without pressing enter, changing cells,...) the setValueAt method is not called... anyway to get around this without too much hastle? Thanks! Sebastiaan
Hi there, I already took a look at that section, but it doesn't cover my problem. I'm working in a client-server environment, and I would like to keep the data checking server-side... Also, some values for a cell are only valid if another cell has a certain value.. To get this done, I only send data to the server for checking if another row is selected, so all values can be checked for consistency. Is there another way around this? Thanks!
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com