I am writing an application that displays database tables in a JTable object. I am using this dialog to allow the user to make changes to the table. I am having a hard time designing a way to keep track of user changes. I want to be able to know when the user has made changes so I can save the data to the database.
Later down the road I also may implement an undo feature and may want to keep track of the user changes in general. I have not found much documentation on the web and was wondering if anyone would be able to help?
if you feel having a copy of the model is expensive, just add nonvisible column( flag tracking changes ) in the model. and you are going to update the flag when there is a change in cell, here the drawback
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