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JComboBox in a JTable Cell

 
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I am using the following code to set the combobox editor in a JTable cell:

When I select a value on the cell first time, it is fine. And when I go to the next cell in the same column, right after the click on the cell, I get the previously selected value. How to avoid this?
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can u tell us more about the data model that u passed to your JCombo
 
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Sorry for the delay in replying. I am using DefaultComboBoxModel.
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your code seems ok. the java bug database does not list any bugs that could cause your problem, but anyway: have you tried with different jdks? which jdk are you using?
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Hmmm... this is working fine for me... try out this example code and see what happens...

 
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Could you take a look at the code. I modifed your code to suit to my requirement.

I have to initially build the JTable with some empty rows and I populate the objects to comboboxmodel.
When I run this Once I select a value from combobox, I could not change it.
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Sri
 
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