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getting value from JTable

 
Ruel Soriano
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greetings,
how can i get value from JTable and set it to textfield. I have to classes, one for JTable class and other for Textfield class, how can i get the value when i select value from JTable class and put it on textfield which is another class.....
i really need this, please help me.....
thanks..
 
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Nathan Pruett
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You'll have to use a Listener to listen for events in the table, and in response to those events, set the text of the textfield.

 
Ruel Soriano
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Thanks for the reply.....but I have something to add, I want my selected value from the table will be display to another class. For example, class Table and Class Main....when i click button Find in the Main class the table from Table Class will be display and when I select value from the table and click the button Select the selected value will display to the Textfield of Main Class. How can i get it.
Many thanks and I hope you could help me again.......
 
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Create/handle the listener in the Main class, add it to the Table class.
 
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thanks for the reply, but could you please give me a brief example of that code, i really don't know how to do that.
 
Nathan Pruett
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There are *lots* of ways to do that - and a lot of it depends on how those two classes are currently implemented - here's one way to do it...

TableSelection class - aka "Main"


TableSelectionPanel class - aka "Table"
 
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Thanks for the code, it really helped me, your a saver.....
till next time.
Thanks again.
 
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