Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Package javax.swing.tree

Provides classes and interfaces for dealing with javax.swing.JTree.

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Interface Summary
MutableTreeNode Defines the requirements for a tree node object that can change -- by adding or removing child nodes, or by changing the contents of a user object stored in the node.
RowMapper Defines the requirements for an object that translates paths in the tree into display rows.
TreeCellEditor Adds to CellEditor the extensions necessary to configure an editor in a tree.
TreeCellRenderer Defines the requirements for an object that displays a tree node.
TreeModel The model used by JTree.
TreeNode Defines the requirements for an object that can be used as a tree node in a JTree.
TreeSelectionModel This interface represents the current state of the selection for the tree component.
 

Class Summary
AbstractLayoutCache Warning: Serialized objects of this class will not be compatible with future Swing releases.
AbstractLayoutCache.NodeDimensions Used by AbstractLayoutCache to determine the size and x origin of a particular node.
DefaultMutableTreeNode A DefaultMutableTreeNode is a general-purpose node in a tree data structure.
DefaultTreeCellEditor A TreeCellEditor.
DefaultTreeCellRenderer Displays an entry in a tree.
DefaultTreeModel A simple tree data model that uses TreeNodes.
DefaultTreeSelectionModel Default implementation of TreeSelectionModel.
FixedHeightLayoutCache NOTE: This will become more open in a future release.
TreePath Represents a path to a node.
VariableHeightLayoutCache NOTE: This will become more open in a future release.
 

Exception Summary
ExpandVetoException Exception used to stop and expand/collapse from happening.
 

Package javax.swing.tree Description

Provides classes and interfaces for dealing with javax.swing.JTree. You use these classes and interfaces if you want control over how trees are constructed, updated, and rendered, as well as how data associated with the tree nodes are viewed and managed.

Note: Most of the Swing API is not thread safe. For details, see Threads and Swing, a section in The Java Tutorial.

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Since:
1.2

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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