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A CDC WebService Client

narendra darlanka
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Joined: Jun 17, 2005
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hi,

how can we call a webservice in an CDC application.i believe that it can be done through jsr172 implementation(j2me-ws.jar) . but it seems to work only with J2me Wireless ToolKit midlets.i tried to copy the stubs generated by the ToolKit and added them into my netbean CDC project along with the j2me-ws.jar
. its compiling well but at run time it gives an Security Exception stating that that package java.rmi is an proctected System package. is there any way to call a web service in CDC application .i am using netbean5.0 +CDC mobility pack + NOKIA 80's emulator/ SE m600 emulator
regards,


~naren<br /> scjp1.4<br /> scwcd1.4
Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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You might want to have a look at kSOAP.sourceforge.net. It should do what you want
narendra darlanka
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Joined: Jun 17, 2005
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hi,
i too think that ksoap is the only solution for now and i have already started working on it. thanks for the reply

regards,
 
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