Do Java Stored Proc support GUI

Calling Java stored procedure from database Trigger
I tried three things individually in Java Stored proc after
trigger is fired:
1. Do SQL statement (Insert into ... )
2. Execute a command to open notepad screen.
3. Open a new Frame and display it.
These three are simple testing, Item 1 works fine, however,
Item 2 and 3 never works.
IS JAVA STORED PROC CAN ONLY DO SQL TYPES OF WORK (INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE) ?
The errors I have for Items 2 and 3 are like:
1. When loading java: Java call terminated by uncaught Java exception:
oracle.aurora.awt.UnsupportedOperation:GUI not supported.
2. When triger is fired: class SCOTT.DBTrigger could not be resolved.
Thanks for help !!

As far as I know java stored procedures can't use any GUI classes. Only unvisible actions!
Regards

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