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Making Cells Editable in JTable

 
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I have specified that the cells of my JTable not be editable in my DefaultTableModel. I want to prevent users from editing the vlaues in the cells unless they use the correct password. When a user clicks anywhere on the JTable, a JFrame pops up with a JPasswordField in it.

How can I make the cells editable again if the correct password is entered?

 
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Have whatever accepts the correct password tell the table model that it's now okay to let cells be editable:
 
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Thank for taking the time to respond. I used your suggestion and it worked perfectly!!
 
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