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From Dirk Möbius <dmoeb...@scoop-gmbh.de>
Subject Re: Editable Table?
Date Tue, 08 Jun 2010 22:15:05 GMT
I suggest that you try TablePane. JSF DataTable is more like TablePane 
than TableView, because with JSF DataTable you include real editable 
components, just as TablePane does.

If you surround it with a ScrollPane, it's almost like a TableView, only 
headers are missing. You can simulate that with a row of PushButtons, 
the only thing that you don't get for free is column resizing.


Taro App wrote
> Hi Greg,
> As I understand, a TablePane is a layout container in which you
> arrange components, and a TableView is a data view in which you show
> collection data. I want the latter, so I was trying to make it
> editable. Sorry for my confusing explanation, but JSF DataTable does a
> similar thing as TableView does, but I can make it all rows editable
> at the same time. I'm creating a prototype of an order entry
> application. Pivot's Form is perfect for order header data. For order
> line data, I wanted to use a TableView. But as I wrote before, I
> didn't succeed. Any help?
> apptaro
> On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 8:47 PM, Greg Brown <gkbrown@mac.com> wrote:
>> TableView row editors are really only meant to edit one row at a time. What you describe
sounds like it might actually be more of a use case for a TablePane.
>> On Jun 6, 2010, at 10:25 PM, Taro App wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I'm trying to create an editable table using Pivot's TableView. Pivot
>>> supports TableView.RowEditor which enables one row to be editable when
>>> double clicked, but I want to make all rows editable at the same time,
>>> similar to input components in a dataTable in JSF, or input elements
>>> in a table in HTML. I think it can be done with a custom
>>> TableView.CellRenderer. To begin, I tried using
>>> TableViewBooleanCellRenderer and TableViewTextAreaCellRenderer so I
>>> can make editable table with checkboxes and text areas, but it didn't
>>> work as I expected; checkboxes and text areas are disabled. I tried
>>> setting TableView.isEnabled = true, TableViewBooleanCellRenderer
>>> .isCheckboxDisabled = false, TableViewTextAreaCellRenderer .isEditable
>>> = true, but it didn't fix the issue. Does anyone know how I should
>>> proceed?
>>> apptaro

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