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    Question Adding Hyperlinks/Links inside a field of a JTable

    Is it possible that I can create links inside a field found inside a Table (Jtable)

    Upon clicking the field or the hyperlink, a browser will open redirecting to the link itself.

    Any comments/suggestions on this?:confused:

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    These two posts should point you in the right direction. Doesn't look easy though.
    Handling hyperlinks and standard text in a table cell
    how to click a jbutton and open an url
    Don't forget to mark threads as [SOLVED] and give reps to helpful posts.
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    A field in a JTable? Surely you mean a cell?

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