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Need some help with freezing rows in table class

Cletus Kassidy
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Hey everyone,
First off I am kind of new to java, well ok I am really new. I have been working with Java for about 3 months and thats it. I was a C++ programmer and still use that on my own time. So that being said this maybe something easy! I am also new to this board so please be kind

I am trying to create a "freeze pane" (like in excel) in my table. I have a method called setFrozenRows() that freezes the rows that I need to freeze. The problem I am having is that I want the users to be able to drag the rows they want in and out of the "freeze Pane". The only problem is that inside the "freeze pane" I can't drag anything. I am using a method currently in JCTable which is a lib that was purchased. I am not stuck with using this lib if there are other options I am just not exactly sure if I can set diff features using JCTable (not much documentation for it). I am also not that familiar with tables as I am still new to Java and Swing. If anyone out here can give me a hand that would be great!!

Thanks again!
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