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Selecting a row in a JTable using a RadioButton

 
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How do I add a column with values to an existing JTable
which has been constructed using a AbstractTableModel.
Basically I have a completely constructed JTable, and for Selection of each row,I want to add a column with a RadioButton.By Selecting this RadioButton,the user selects the particular row.
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Best way is to implement ur own model
I don't think it is possible w/o using a custom table model
 
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How do I add a column with values to an existing JTable
which has been constructed using a AbstractTableModel.

There is a method which has to be implemented in AbstractTableModel called getColumnCount. Just return one more that the columns are in the database. And then adjust by one your getValueAt() method by one column.
Basically I have a completely constructed JTable, and for Selection of each row,I want to add a column with a RadioButton.By Selecting this RadioButton,the user selects the particular row. Each column's renderer can be changed. Read about the getColumnClass, and setDefaultRenderer methods. But you don't need a radio button to let the user select a row. That behavior is already built into JTable
 
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