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Greenhorn
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how to get the combo box selected value in jtable in event

like tablemodellistener

i tryed

getRightPanel().getProtocolOptionsTreeTablePanel().getTreeTable().getModel().addTableModelListener(new javax.swing.event.TableModelListener
() {
public void tableChanged(TableModelEvent e) {


int i=getRightPanel().getProtocolOptionsTreeTablePanel().getTreeTable().getSelectedRow();
int j=getRightPanel().getProtocolOptionsTreeTablePanel().getTreeTable().getSelectedColumn();
String ss=getRightPanel().getProtocolOptionsTreeTablePanel().getTreeTable().getValueAt(i,j).toString();
System.out.println(i+"row"+j+"value"+ss);



}
});

please help me
 
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"gowtham cow",
Check your Private Messages. You've already been told to do so a couple of times. This is your last warning.
 
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The TableModelEvent has all the information you need to get the current value in the model:

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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