JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

javax.accessibility
Interface AccessibleTableModelChange

All Known Implementing Classes:
JTable.AccessibleJTable.AccessibleJTableModelChange

public interface AccessibleTableModelChange

The AccessibleTableModelChange interface describes a change to the table model. The attributes of the model change can be obtained by the following methods:

The model change type returned by getType() will be one of: The affected area of the table can be determined by the other four methods which specify ranges of rows and columns

See Also:
Accessible, Accessible.getAccessibleContext(), AccessibleContext, AccessibleContext.getAccessibleTable()

Field Summary
static int DELETE
          Identifies the deletion of rows and/or columns.
static int INSERT
          Identifies the insertion of new rows and/or columns.
static int UPDATE
          Identifies a change to existing data.
 
Method Summary
 int getFirstColumn()
          Returns the first column that changed.
 int getFirstRow()
          Returns the first row that changed.
 int getLastColumn()
          Returns the last column that changed.
 int getLastRow()
          Returns the last row that changed.
 int getType()
          Returns the type of event
 

Field Detail

INSERT

public static final int INSERT
Identifies the insertion of new rows and/or columns.

UPDATE

public static final int UPDATE
Identifies a change to existing data.

DELETE

public static final int DELETE
Identifies the deletion of rows and/or columns.
Method Detail

getType

public int getType()
Returns the type of event
See Also:
INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE

getFirstRow

public int getFirstRow()
Returns the first row that changed.

getLastRow

public int getLastRow()
Returns the last row that changed.

getFirstColumn

public int getFirstColumn()
Returns the first column that changed.

getLastColumn

public int getLastColumn()
Returns the last column that changed.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

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