This works great but it has one big limitation - it only allows edition of ONE column at run-time (hence the "final int EDITABLECOLUMN = 1;" in the code).
I want to be able to edit 2 columns but have failed in my attempt. How can I do it? I am reading some data in from an XML file, parsing it and placing certain elements into the Table (i.e. element name, element value - hence the 2 columns). Its trival, but I want to be able to edit both details, not just the value of the element (which is what I have now).
Any ideas? Javaworld.com had an example of TableEditor but it avoided direct editing within the TableEditor, and instead popped up a dialog for the user to edit data. I am sure SWT can do this, it seems like a basic feature of any Table Editor.
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