How can I access a link in a Lotus Notes document via Java programming? Your question is a bit uncelear. A link...
these days could be a lot of things.
If it's a DocLink you're thinking about, the answer is: You can't. Not using Java. You'd need to use the C or C++ API, or alternatively use the Midas from Geniisoft -- that's an add-on for LotusScript.
If we're talking about a Web link formatted like a URL (e.g., https://searchdomino.techtarget.com), then you could just get a handle on the field that contains the link, get the text using item.getText() and then parse the text for anything starting with "http:".
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