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I have a JTree and to that a TreeselectionListener. When ever i click on any node on the tree, its related information is displayed. The tables are editable and the edited values are updated. The problem is that when i click on the table to edit, it is displaying the value of the node clicked on earlier. Displaying is taking place properly, but when i click on editing the problem occurs.


 
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Can anyone please help me how to proceed.
 
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DYM ???
 
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When i click on any node on the tree, the tables are supposed to appear. The tables cannot be a part of the tree.
 
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for better help sooner post an SSCCE demonstraded your issue, not code snipped (talking about issue about anywhere)
 
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Have you checked out TreeSelectionListener? It gets notified when the selection in the tree changes. If you set the selection mode to single selection you can then retrieve the single selected node and use that to rebuild your table (usually you give the existing JTable a new model instead of creating a completely new JTable).
 
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