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Controlling tab order in JTABLE

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Is there a way to control tab order through the columns of a JTable? None of the Swing books that I've checked even mention it. What I want to do is skip over some read-only or disabled columns in a JTable.
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be more explicit with a real case
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i have three columns in a table. The last column is the enabled and first and second columns are disabled. with in the dialog i have this Jtable and a textfield. when i open the dialog the focus will be in the textfield when i press tab key the focus is setting to the First row and First col. I want the focus should be in the last column. and from that last column when i press tab it should go to the next row of the same column.


Please give me the solution for this.
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can you please send me the solution for this.
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by:Narendranath
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i have three columns in a table. The last column is the enabled and first and second columns are disabled.
with in the dialog i have this Jtable and a textfield. when i open the dialog the focus will be in the
textfield when i press tab key the focus is setting to the First row and First col. I want the focus
should be in the last column. and from that last column when i press tab it should go to the next row
of the same column.


Please give me the solution for this.
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Your table must implement FocusListener, and when it gains the focus to move'it accordingly with the internal structure
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can you send some code related to this please.
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How to implement focuslistener on each cell of the Jtable.
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