Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
javax.swing.table.TableModel

Packages that use TableModel
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
javax.swing.event Provides for events fired by Swing components. 
javax.swing.table Provides classes and interfaces for dealing with javax.swing.JTable
 

Uses of TableModel in javax.swing
 

Fields in javax.swing declared as TableModel
protected  TableModel JTable.dataModel
          The TableModel of the table.
 

Methods in javax.swing that return TableModel
protected  TableModel JTable.createDefaultDataModel()
          Returns the default table model object, which is a DefaultTableModel.
 TableModel JTable.getModel()
          Returns the TableModel that provides the data displayed by this JTable.
 

Methods in javax.swing that return types with arguments of type TableModel
 RowSorter<? extends TableModel> JTable.getRowSorter()
          Returns the object responsible for sorting.
 

Methods in javax.swing with parameters of type TableModel
 void JTable.setModel(TableModel dataModel)
          Sets the data model for this table to newModel and registers with it for listener notifications from the new data model.
 

Method parameters in javax.swing with type arguments of type TableModel
 void JTable.setRowSorter(RowSorter<? extends TableModel> sorter)
          Sets the RowSorter.
 

Constructors in javax.swing with parameters of type TableModel
JTable(TableModel dm)
          Constructs a JTable that is initialized with dm as the data model, a default column model, and a default selection model.
JTable(TableModel dm, TableColumnModel cm)
          Constructs a JTable that is initialized with dm as the data model, cm as the column model, and a default selection model.
JTable(TableModel dm, TableColumnModel cm, ListSelectionModel sm)
          Constructs a JTable that is initialized with dm as the data model, cm as the column model, and sm as the selection model.
 

Uses of TableModel in javax.swing.event
 

Constructors in javax.swing.event with parameters of type TableModel
TableModelEvent(TableModel source)
          All row data in the table has changed, listeners should discard any state that was based on the rows and requery the TableModel to get the new row count and all the appropriate values.
TableModelEvent(TableModel source, int row)
          This row of data has been updated.
TableModelEvent(TableModel source, int firstRow, int lastRow)
          The data in rows [firstRow, lastRow] have been updated.
TableModelEvent(TableModel source, int firstRow, int lastRow, int column)
          The cells in column column in the range [firstRow, lastRow] have been updated.
TableModelEvent(TableModel source, int firstRow, int lastRow, int column, int type)
          The cells from (firstRow, column) to (lastRow, column) have been changed.
 

Uses of TableModel in javax.swing.table
 

Classes in javax.swing.table with type parameters of type TableModel
 class TableRowSorter<M extends TableModel>
          An implementation of RowSorter that provides sorting and filtering using a TableModel.
 

Classes in javax.swing.table that implement TableModel
 class AbstractTableModel
          This abstract class provides default implementations for most of the methods in the TableModel interface.
 class DefaultTableModel
          This is an implementation of TableModel that uses a Vector of Vectors to store the cell value objects.
 

Methods in javax.swing.table with parameters of type TableModel
abstract  String TableStringConverter.toString(TableModel model, int row, int column)
          Returns the string representation of the value at the specified location.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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