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Display aspx pages in JEditorpane

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I wanted to display a webpage in a JEditorpane..
I know how to display normal HTML pages - however I wash to dispay a sharepoint page inside my Java application window...

Is there a component which can interperate ASPX pages?

I do not want to display in a new internet browser..
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