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Location Based Services

pallavi utukuri
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I want to develop location based mobile services using j2me�.am planning to use Everyplace Toolkit for WebSphere Studio along with WebSphere Studio Site Developer
Will these two do the job??? Or are there any other options ? I really don�t have any idea abt these or location based services��.soo please let me know abt this��will be very helpful��

Thanks,<br />Pallavi
William Frantz
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What's your target? You need to consider what device/carrier will be used to run your LBS. Most phones on the market are not capable of running LBS applications.

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pallavi utukuri
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my device is nokia and my service provider is Hutch tagert is to develop a midlet that would show the route map of a location entered by the user.....what all do i need to achieve this
pallavi utukuri
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Can nokia 7610 or 3220 use LBS?
Mark Spritzler

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FYI, I deleted your duplicate post of this in the Web Services forum.

Please try to refrain from duplicate posting the same question in multiple forums.



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