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Adding a splitpane / divider between coulmns in JTable

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Hi!

I would like to add split pane or divider between columns with a single scroll pane for JTable. Is their any way to do this?

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by:objects
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not really, but column widths are user adjustable anyways. what is it u r trying to achieve exactly?
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by:joshidin
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I would like to differentiate between two columns, i want to add some thing like a divider..a thik line deiffrentitation between columns.

Any way to do it.
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> I would like to add split pane or divider between columns with a single scroll pane for JTable. Is their any way to do this?

Yes basically you need to add the 2 panels on the splitpane and add a JTable w/ a JScrollpane to the splitpane.
Its just basically like :

// Declare the panels . . .
JPanel p1 = new JPanel();
JPanel p1 = new JPanel();

// Declare a JTable . . .
JTabel t1 = new JTable();

//Add the Table w/ a ScrollPane to the Panel . . .
p1.add(new JScrollPane(t1));

// Add the p1 & p2 panels to the SplitPane . . .
JSplitPane s2 = new JSplitPane(JSplitPane.VERTICAL_SPLIT, p1, p2);

// Declare the controls . . .
s2.setMinimumSize(new Dimension(100, 50));
s2.setDividerLocation(260);
s2.setResizeWeight(0.5);
s2.setOneTouchExpandable(true);
s2.setContinuousLayout(true);

Here is a sweet tutorial of JSplitPane :
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/uiswing/components/splitpane.html

Hope that helps . . .
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