The link in the address field cannot always be reused. Certain databases use permanent links, but not others. If the link is very long, this may suggest that it is not permanent. If you are unsure, look for designations such as ‘permanent link’, ‘persistent link’ or something else which suggests that the link is permanent. Try following the link the next day to see if it still works.
Most links also work outside the University’s network if you add information about the library’s remote login server in front of the link, as follow: https://libraryproxy.his.se/login?url= The link should then follow this model: https://libraryproxy.his.se/login?url=https://www.somedb.com/page.html
Do not link to full text
For legal reasons, you should avoid linking all the way through to the actual text of an article or an e-book. Instead, create a link which leads as closely to the text as possible and where the reader can click through to the full text.