Re: Still problems with JTable

Radwanski <>
Sun, 19 Apr 2009 10:39:00 -0700 (PDT)
Little bit solved it.
I pasted my data inside MyTableModel and it is processing
by myRenderer.
But EVERYTHNG is processed by myRenderer.
I did put this.setDefaultRenderer(CellContent.class, new MyRenderer
at the constructor of MyTable.
But that is IGNORED.

I start thinking JTable is very messy.
If you use constructor JTable(Object[][],Object[]) other rules
than constructor JTable(.....).

Also JTable is broken in thousends of objects.
To much objects and missing the philosofy of object orientated.
For me it does not seem to fit in a real world example.

Sorry for the critics.

On 19 apr, 18:19, Radwanski <> wrote:

I still can't get a JTable working.
This is third time that I try to write from scratch.

I just want to use JTable for displaying information.
Meaning not editable not resizable etceteras.
Also I want to determine from all cells how they look.
Including Headers.
Meaning borders, colors and fonts.

For that I created an Object CellContent.
It contains all information on the look and the value.
I subclassed JTable.
And added a default Renderer for CellContent.
(At the constructor of MyJTable)
this.setDefaultRenderer(CellContent.class, new MyRenderer());

What happens that MyRenderer isn't called.
MyJTable displays CellContent.toString().

I also noticed that tableChanged(TableModelEvent e) is called at
Even I not added any listeners.
If I override this methode in MyJTable then
String columnName = model.getColumnName(column);
Object data = model.getValueAt(row, column);
in that methode generate ArrayIndexOutOfBoundExeptions -1.
Think that means it is called before MyJTable is created.
Why it is called before MyJTable is created?
I think this is a bug.
So I changed it to super.tableChanged(e); return;
In my previous example I also got ArrayIndexOutOfBoundException from
inside the Java source.

I added
protected TableModel createDefaultDataModel()
     return new MyTableModel();
But that didn't change anything.

My simple question is why is MyRenderer not called when I set it with
this.setDefaultRenderer(CellContent.class, new MyRenderer());
at the constructor of MyJTable ?

Here is my source code:



import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.event.*;
import javax.swing.table.*;

public class MyJTable extends JTable //implements TableModelListener
        public MyJTable()
        // Note in Suns example they extend =


not JTable
        // it contains a variable table which is a default JTable
        // also they made this table final.
        // In convention a final variable should be written in ca=


        // Where table is used I will use the keyword this.
        // need to tell to use a default MyRenderer for CellConte=


        this.setDefaultRenderer(CellContent.class, new MyRenderer

    public MyJTable(Object[][] rowData, Object[] columnNames)
        this.setDefaultRenderer(CellContent.class, new MyRenderer=


System.out.println("MyRender is set.");

    protected TableModel createDefaultDataModel()
        return new MyTableModel();

    public void tableChanged(TableModelEvent e)
System.out.println("tableChanged called");



import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.event.*;
import javax.swing.table.*;

public class MyTableModel extends AbstractTableModel

        public String[] columnNames=new String[0];
        public Object[][] rowData=new Object[0][0];

        public String getColumnName(int col)
        return columnNames[col].toString();
    public int getRowCount()
        return rowData.length;
    public int getColumnCount()
        return columnNames.length;
    public Object getValueAt(int row, int col)
        return rowData[row][col];
    public boolean isCellEditable(int row, int col)
        // return true;
        return false; // non of the my cells are editable, we onl=


display data.
    public void setValueAt(Object value, int row, int col)
        rowData[row][col] = value;
        fireTableCellUpdated(row, col);

        From SUN example
        Remember that if you let a table create its own model,
        it uses Object as the type of every column.
        To specify more precise column types, the table model
        must define the getColumnClass method appropriately, as
demonstrated by
    public Class getColumnClass(int c)
        return getValueAt(0, c).getClass();



// This renderer uses an Object named CellContent
// CellContent contains all information on how to show the content
// CellContent also contains the value to display.

import java.awt.*;
import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.event.*;
import javax.swing.table.*;

public class MyRenderer extends JLabel implements TableCellRenderer
        public MyRenderer()
        setOpaque(true); // background must show

    public Component getTableCellRendererComponent( JTable ta=



    Object cellContent,


                    boolean isSelected,


                    boolean hasFocus,


                    int row,



System.out.println("Renderer Called."); // NEVER CALLED
        if (cellContent==null) return this;
        CellContent content=(CellContent)cellContent; // We onl=

y cast one

time to speed up.


        if (content.getLineBorder()!=null) { this.setBorder
(content.getLineBorder()); }
        return this;



public class CellContent
        private Color bgcolor=Color.WHITE; // background color
        private Color color =Color.BLACK; // foreground colo=


        private Font font =new Font(Font.MONOSPA=


        private int alignment=JLabel.LEFT; // default alignment=

 is left

        private LineBorder lineBorder=null;
        private String value ="";

        public CellContent() {}
        public CellContent(String value)


        public CellContent(Color bgcolor,Color color,Font font,in=


alignment,LineBorder lineBorder,String value )
                if (bgcolor!=null) { this.bgcolor=bgc=

olor; }

                if (color!=null) { this.color=col=

or; }

                if (font!=null) { this.font=fo=


                if (lineBorder!=null) {this.lineBorder=


                if (value!=null) { this.value=val=



        public Color getBackground() =

     { return bgcolor; }

        public Color getForeground() =

     { return color; }

        public Font getFont() =

             { return font; }

        public int getHorizontalAlignment() { return alig=

nment; }

        public LineBorder getLineBorder() =

   { return lineBorder; }

        public String getValue() =

               { return value; }

        public void setBackground(Color bgcolor) { this.bgcolor=

=bgcolor; }

        public void setForeground(Color color) { this.color=

=color; }

        public void setFont(Font font) =

      { this.font=font; }

        public void setHorizontalAlignment(int alignment)
{ this.alignment=alignment; }
        public void setLineBorder(LineBorder lineBorder)
{ this.lineBorder=lineBorder;}
        public void setValue(String value) =

    { this.value=value; }



import java.awt.*;
import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.event.*;
import javax.swing.table.*;

public class MyJTableDemo
    public static void main(String[] args)
       Object[] columnNames =
       Object[][] data =
        {new CellContent("010.00")
                 ,new CellContent("Eigen Vermogen")
                 ,new CellContent("")
                 ,new CellContent("10000")
        {"010.00","Eigen Vermogen","",10000}

        // create a frame for displaying
        JFrame frame=new JFrame();
        frame.setLayout(new BorderLayout());
        MyJTable myJTable = new MyJTable(data,columnNames);
// JTable myJTable = new JTable(data,columnNames);

        JScrollPane jscrollPane=new JScrollPane(myJTable);



        // TODO, add your application code
        System.out.println("Hello World!");

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