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I am trying to create a TableModel which will give transpose of any tablemodel. So that getValueAT(row, col) will give me originalTableMOdel.getValueAt(col,row). I have almost done it but I am stuck at a point where I am unable to understand how can I implement setValueAt() method correctly. It would give problems if column classes are different.
Has anyone worked on similar problem? Any insights? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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- Manish
 
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For this, you should have 2 TableModels - The originalTableModel and the transposeTableModel.
In transposeTableModel, you have to refer the originalTableModel in the logic for transpose in methods you implement.
 
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