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Saving in the sms messages (E-shopping list)

sara shamsi

Joined: May 07, 2004
Posts: 3
Dear all,
I have an application that is called (E-shopping list).. The users can select from a list whatever they want to buy from the market .. they can also add new items that are not available in the list .. These items will be saved on array .. After that the user should be able to save this list in a folder in the Message so that he/she can send these items to another person via SMS
the problem is that I can save the items on an array and display them on a Textbox but I don't know how can I save them to a folder in the Message so that they can send it via SMS ..
Tonny Tssagovic
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Joined: Dec 30, 2003
Posts: 226
Hi there,
I am not sure I understand ur question, but u can not send SMS with normal J2me (MIDP 1) phones, unless they have some kinda non-standard API specific to the handset's vendor.. in which case, u have to check the API...
But u can always make an HTTP connection and send ur data to a server, that will forward it to the handset via SMS or whatever u want..
I agree. Here's the link:
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