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Rendering dates from long values in JTable

 
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I need to render or display dates from the long values stored in my table model. What is the best way to do this. I've found other info on this but it assumed you had Date objects in the tablemodel.

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I used this code to set my renderer.

return new DefaultTableModel(data,headers){
public Class getColumnClass(int column) { //this code makes sure the proper renderer is used
return DV.idObject(this.getValueAt(0,column));
}
};

In my idObject method I returned Date.class when I ran into a Long column.

Next question, What is the best way to change the date format of the default renderer?

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[ November 10, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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Originally posted by Data Virtue:
Next question, What is the best way to change the date format of the default renderer?


Use a custom date format.
 
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You could set the TableCellRenderer for that column to be a custom renderer in which you'd need to override:

public Component getTableCellRendererComponent(JTable table,
Object value,
boolean isSelected,
boolean hasFocus,
int row,
int column){
DateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyyMMdd");
this.setText(df.parse(new Date((Long)value)));
return this;
}
[ November 15, 2008: Message edited by: J. Noah ]
 
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