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URL in TableView cell

How can a table view cell be defined to be a URL? When the user clicks on the URL the content needs to show up in a separate browser window.

We are using JSPDynPage for implementing the iView.



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    Posted on Apr 27, 2004 at 09:17 AM

    Hello Deepak,

    you must set the type to html, there is a method for this:

    For example for an column:

    TableView.setColumnType(TableColumnType.LINK, 1);

    Best Regards,


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      You have to set also the reference and the target.

      Here's an example:

      TableColumn userCol = table.getColumn("EMail");


      And then you have to define a CellRenderer:

      public class HelpFeedbackTableCellRenderer implements ICellRenderer


      public void renderCell(int row, int column, TableView tableView, IPageContext rendererContext)


      if (column == 4)


      Link l = new Link("EMail");


      l.setReference("mailto:" + tableView.getValueAt(row,column).toString());







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