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Hi, I'm doing my final review (having exam in 4 hours), and I have some questions regarding networking in MIDP. 1) MIDP 2.0 supports the following types of connections/protocols: http, https, comm, socket (both client and server), ssl and datagram. But which are actually MANDATED by the MIDP spec ? 2) The API docs say that a UDPDatagramConnection URL has the format datagram://[host][ ort]. But doesn't this url always define the "receiving" endpoint, being the "sending" endpoint defined in the Datagram object ? If so, why would we specify a host in the url ? Can this connection type also work in both "client" and "server" modes (like socket) ? Thanks Jorge
posted 12 years ago
Sorry about the unexpected smiley in the datagram url. I mean "[: port]" (without the space). Jorge