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How to find the selected rowindex thus extract the data-items from the NatTable Grid Item

 
sristi thapa
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I've a problem to use the NatTable Grid i.e. High Performance SWT Grid which I downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/projects/nattable/files/NatTable/. I can load the data into this NatTable Grid, but I don't know(or find any method in NatTable) how to find the selected row's index as we do in case of Nebula Grid/SWT table. Moreover, how to extract the data from this Grid after filling it, so that the extracted row data can be loaded into an ArrayList. Please, somebody tell me the way I should follow to achieve these functionalities in NatTable.
 
Madhan Sundararajan Devaki
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You may refer to, http://sourceforge.net/projects/nattable/forums/forum/744994
 
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Sristi, please BeForthrightWhenCrossPostingToOtherSites. That SourceForge page shows you posted the exact same question there. That's not a problem, as long as you tell both us and the other forums.

And welcome to the Ranch!
 
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Yes, I posted the same question in both of the forums guyz, because I'm very much eager to get the right answer till now. But, unfortunately neither of you guyz have showed me a right way to follow. I hope somebody may still show me the clue/way ahead. sorry guyz if I've misused your forum.
 
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