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Adding checkbox to some selected row of a column.

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I am having an issue related to checkbox in JTable. Although i searched it in the forum, but solution was not there and no relevant suggestion found.

1. I want to add checkbox in some selected row, i.e I have a JTable with 3 column , 1st column is checkbox, second is String and third is value like 1,2,2,1,2.

Now I want to show checkbox (In First column )only in rows where there is value of 1 against it in column 3rd.
My value in table is added dynamically using collection.

Although I am able to mark it not editable using following code

But what i want is checkBox either be showing dimmed or not visible for this particular value (1) in the 3rd column.

Help would be appreciated as its urgent..
Thanks in advance.
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The cell renderer must display the check box differently. This means you cannot use the default boolean cell renderer. Fortunately you can wrap it:
Combined with the model's isCellEditable method as you have it this should work.
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