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Captain Obvious
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If I have two frames containing JSP pages, and one frame has a javabean embedded into it to display URLs to a user, is it possible that the user could click on a URL in the javabean and have that URL load in the second frame?

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"Captain Obvious",

Glad that you're here with us on the good ol' JavaRanch and I reckon that you'll find this a helpful and useful site, but we do got us a few rules that y'all got to play by. One of these is that proper ID is required before you can belly on up to the bar. Please take a gander at the JavaRanch Naming Policy and adjust your display name to match it.

The particulars is that your display name must be a first and a last name separated by a space character, and must not be obviously pulling our legs!

Thank ya kindly!
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Regardless of how the links are generated (remember, once they get to the browser they're just HTML links like any other), you control the target of the link via the target attribute of the anchor tag.

While this is really an HTML question, I'm going to leave it here for the moment in case there's more to the question than I'm seeing.
 
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