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    Hi,

    Does anybody know how to disable editing for a column without overriding DefaultTableModel or extending AbstractTableModel. I have to make it possible without using overriding or extending.

    Thanks in advance..


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    Why are you so afraid of "overriding or extending"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    Why are you so afraid of "overriding or extending"?
    I am not afraid. I just can not use those in Matlab..

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    Quote Originally Posted by adra View Post
    I am not afraid. I just can not use those in Matlab..
    O_o

    Are you using Matlab with Java?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    O_o

    Are you using Matlab with Java?
    I am working on a small program and built all my Gui with java classes in Matlab. However i have to make my JTable uneditable and i couldnt find a way to do it. Matlab uses the java classes as they are, and does not allow to extend or override.

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    Hmm, that might be a toughie then. All the default JTable constructors cause the table to be editable.
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