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How to Open html page in java

 
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Hi,
I need help for how to open html page in new window while click the button in java.please give the solution.

Thanks in advance.
 
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What does "clicking a button in java" mean? Is this a desktop application? An applet? Something else?

Should the web page be displayed in a browser or in the Java GUI?
 
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Hi,

I done some design in html page.In applet while click the button the html page should display in new window.That is in Either browser or Java GUI.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Opening a new window in a browser is as simple as using some of the additional options in the <a href... block.

W3C tutorial
 
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It's rather difficult to display a web page in a Java GUI, so let's stay with displaying it in the browser.

In the applet class you can call the "getAppletContext().showDocument(...)" method. If you pass it just a single parameter, the page will replace the current page (which contains the applet). If you want to display the page in a new window, you need to use the showDocument call that takes two parameters.
 
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