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Jtable as listbox?

 
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Hi, I am using a jtable to format 3 columns of data, allow you to click on title and sort the whole list by one particular column, and then click on a row to select that row. Here are my questions (thanks ahead of time:
1) Is this a good use for jtable, or should I be using some other 'list selection' widget?
2) When I click on a cell, it selects the whole row (good), but draws a little yellow outline around the cell I selected. I want it to look like user selected the row (get rid of yellow outline and diff background color on cell I clicked)
3) I want the tab key to move me to the next widget in my dialog. It currently moves me to the next cell in my jtable.
-Ben
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