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Capture Mouse Events on JTable

 
samit naik
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HI
How do i capture mouse events (such as mouse click) on a single cell in a JTable? Can i capture a mouse click if the cell is non-editable??
ciao
 
Rick Fortier
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I don't the answer but was curious as to why you would need it. On my design I just got the selected row when the user clicked on the Book Flight button.
int rowSelected = table.getSelectedRow()
 
Paul Anilprem
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You can add a MouseListener and MouseMotionListener on the table to capture mouse clicks and mouse moves respectively. From the mouse event you'll get the coordinates and then you may call getRowAt(...) method of JTable to find which row the mouse event happened. Look up the API to see exact method name and parameters.
HTH,
Paul.
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