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As a part of my final year project I need to retrieve sms messages to a web server with the relevant location of the sender. Is there a way that I can handle this. How can I capture the location? How can append the location to the sms automatically? which will allow me to separate the message and the location from the server side.....please advise me ....
This specification defines a J2ME Optional Package that enables mobile location-based applications for resource limited devices (referred to as 'terminals' in the following). The API is designed to be a compact and generic API that produces information about the present geographic location of the terminal to Java applications.This API covers obtaining information about the present geographic location and orientation of the terminal and accessing a database of known landmarks stored in the terminal.
The Location API for J2ME is designed as an Optional Package that can be used with many J2ME Profiles. The minimum platform required by this API is the J2ME Connected, Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) v1.1. The API can also be used with the J2ME Connected Device Configuration (CDC). (Note that due to using the floating point datatypes in this API, it can't be used with CLDC v1.0.)
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Hi....Nicholas Jordan...thanks for the support and the guidance given by you...I will go through the specification that you have stated and get back to you soon.....