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Hi,
Is there any limitation concerning the type of the objects that can be transferred through cut & paste?
I want to transfer a copy of an object from a JComponent to another JComponent.
BR,
Cristian
 
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Hi,
Look at the drag and drop section of the Java Tutorial.
[ January 29, 2004: Message edited by: Jose Botella ]
 
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Hi,
Actually I couldn't use drag and drop. I want to transfer an object from a Java application running inside a ICA Client to a Java application started on the local machine. My knowledge is that drag and drop won't work but there is support for cut and paste (of just text?).
I thought that I could use that to cut and paste objects.
BR,
Cristian
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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