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Jtable .. cell editor

 
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Hi,
I have a question about setting the default cell editior for each column.
I need to know if it is possible to set two different cell editors for the same column on two different rows.
in the sense I have two combo boxes (A and B) and for column 1 on row 1 ... i want to set the default cell editor as combobox A and for column1 on row 2 .. i need to set the default cell editor as comboBoxB.
Can somebody help me with this one ... I will really appreciate it.
Thanks,
sandsouza
 
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That's easy!
The getTableCellEditorComponent(...) method in TableCellEditor passes in the row and column indices of the cell being edited, you just monitor for the right one and send in the required component!

[ January 31, 2004: Message edited by: saager mhatre ]
 
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