This week's giveaway is in the Java/Jakarta EE forum. We're giving away four copies of Java EE 8 High Performance and have Romain Manni-Bucau on-line! See Also, if anyone sends me a mail...and its got a hyperlink in it...the hyperlink should also become alive. I hope i dont sound confusing and u all get my idea..its kinda how yahoo does it. Thanks
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Hello.. ive got this email application that uses servlets and jsps. I would like to make it so that when anyone types in a URL address when he's composing a mail, it automatically becomes a live hyperlink in the page, without me having to write <a href.....blah blah>
Also, if anyone sends me a mail...and its got a hyperlink in it...the hyperlink should also become alive
That is up to which ever mail client you use. Most do this automagically these days.
I was under the assumption that it wasnt possible using swing in a web application.
True - you can't use any of the AWT/Swing APIs in a Servlet. You could however use them in an Applet.
Originally posted by Adewale Adebusoye: No its just pure HTML with jsp/servlets. I was under the assumption that it wasnt possible using swing in a web application. If im in the wrong forum..where should i repost?
You can use Swing in a web application if you are building applets (small java programs that get downloaded and run in the user's browser).