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29 Comment

  1. Nice read. But, do you know how to make the button clickable with a renderer only? I currently have a different cell editor and render. The renderer shows a panel with the button and a label, the editor is a JFormattedTextField.

    p.s.: Are those my Void Rays you are countering? I see your Stalkers and raise you some Colossi! :]

  2. @Michel If I understand correctly, you want to change the cell from a panel to a JFormattedTextField whenever the button is pressed. If this is true, I would make the editor have two states: initial and editing. So you have the same panel both in the renderer and the editor (as explained in my post) and when the button is pressed, return a JFormattedTextField instead of the panel in the Editor.

    You’ll have to keep track of the row you are currently editing to know when to return a panel and when the text field. To allow editing of multiple cells, just track an arrays of row indexes instead.

    If this is not the case, then things get a little more complicated. This has been asked many many times, for example: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3771158/interaction-with-a-cell-renderer-in-jtable

    I personally try to avoid this. I believe you are better off using a celleditor that has two states. You’ll avoid having to deal with delegating all the events Swing does automatically (mouseover, mouseclick, etc).

    Your question sounds like a good future post :P

    p.s.: Good move. I see your Colossi and raise you a couple of Phoenix.

  3. Great tutorial man!

  4. Just to say that it’s very important to put line “fireEditingStopped();” at the end of actionPerformed event, otherwise you will face some problems when removing rows.

  5. @Raf yeah, there are many cases where forgetting to stop editing (either by fireEditingStopped() or by getCellEditor().stopCellEditing()) you’ll get weird behavior.

  6. THANK YOU!
    IT’S SO GOOD!

  7. THANKS! U saved my day!

  8. Spot on! Well done that man!

  9. Nice tutorial, worked well for me…one thing I might add is I found that the button doesn’t work unless the cell is set to editable. Pretty obvious I guess, but took a little tracking down.

  10. @RichA yeah, figuring out why things in a table don’t work is tricky. It took me some time to find out that fireEditingStop() needed to be called in some cases. I’m writing a follow up for more advanced topics. Feedback would be appreciated.

  11. Hi,

    Very usefull tutorial. I have, however, a question in regards to the RssFeed class itself. Generally I would like to ask You why You didn’t choose this class to become a JPanel?

    I’m asking because I’m bulding a PlugIn based application where plugins will be providing their own configuration panel. I wanted to put this particular panel as the held values and, while performing the renderer acitivities, I wanted to <> insted of Your panel.

    Generally I suceeded, with small issue that I have to click twice before the selected component appears active…

    I wounder if this is not related to design issue…

    Best regards!

  12. In above comment the statement between brackets is missing… it should be:
    return (Component) value;

  13. so this is the case!! Thanks man!
    I should try to use your tips over here at least to use my own JButton inside JPanel placed on JTable’s Cells….

  14. @Piotr JTable follows the MVC architecture. So, RssFeed, in this case, is our Model, while RssFeedCell is our View and Controller.

    I can’t think of a good and elegant solution for your problem right now, but it did give me some ideas for my next post.

    @gugum Thanks!

  15. Tidy and clean, thank you!

  16. One of best posts I ever read

  17. Excellent tutorial, thanks!

  18. Hello,
    Thank you for the detailed example.
    I followed your example and created something similar: a JTable with one column; each column cell is a JPanel (renderer); the JPanel contains 3 JLabel and 1 JToggleButton.

    Problem:
    The getTableCellRendererComponent() is called and working. The getTableCellEditorComponent() is never called and JToggleButton’s actionPerformed() is never called. Therefore, nothing happens when I press the toggle button.

    I can send you the example code I wrote. Please let me know.
    Much appreciated,
    Fan

  19. @Fan,

    I looked at your code and found the problem. There are two locations where you can override isCellEditable: you can override TableModel’s or CellEditor’s. In your code, you are overriding the CellEditor’s, which is the wrong one. You have to override the TableModel’s because, in our structure, JTable asks the TableModel which cell is editable, not the CellEditor.

    So, simply remove the isCellEditable from PersonCell and put it in MyTableModel and you should be fine.

  20. Hello,

    Great tutorial.
    The step by step explanation made it all very clear for me.

    I thought it would take me one day to implement a similar problem, but I did it in 2 hours.

    thanks!

  21. Happy to have helped ;)

  22. Hello, your tutorial is complete.

    I have a small doubt. How do you operate the button? I have completed your tutorial, but my button does not work.

    Best regards.

  23. This is fantastic. I’ve been trying to do this myself and I have got sooo close, but no biscuit. This helped me iron out all the faults.

    Cheers

  24. Hi man, thats very nice tutorial, good job man, its very usefull!!
    Thanks!

  25. nice tutorial
    Greetings from Mexico Wey!! :3

  26. Nice tutorial. was starting to develop a brain tumor looking for this :(….Can’t believe how hard it is to find something when you really need it…..:)…Again thanks

  27. Glad you found it useful. I completely agree with how hard it is to find such a tutorial, which is why I wrote this post in the first place. I think part of the problem is how difficult it is to describe what you are trying to do. As far as I know, there is no terminology in the official Java tutorials for this kind of things.

  28. good tutorial
    thanx a lot

  29. I’m so happy I found this! I only don’t understand how to apply this last all in one class on my table…?
    I tried this: JTable table = new JTable(new RssFeedTableModel(feeds));
    table.setCellEditor(new RssFeedCelL());
    but i can not see buttons. How to solve that? Thank you so much! :)

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