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open URL in specific frame.

 
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Hi - Is it possible to open a URL in a specific frame from a java application (not an applet) I did it successfully from an applet using the following code:


I am trying to do something very similar now - My .jar file is in the left frame of my page, and I would like it to be able to control the actions of the right frame.
Is this possible? - any searches Ive done seem to indicate it is only possible to open a new browser window.
Thanks.
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My .jar file is in the left frame of my page


I don't understand this - how can it run in a frame if it's not an applet? Is it a Web-Start application? Those can't control the contents of the browser.
 
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