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J2me app access Servlet response
Joined: Dec 23, 2003
May 16, 2005 21:07:00
I have a useful jar component. Now I want to extend to server and allow the remote
to access it.
Say, I have
public Date getDate(
return new Date();
I want the remote cell user to access it. So I add a
wrapper before this function.
public MyServlet extends
// here I call my component
Date d = getDate();
response.add(d); //how could I do this ?
But the problem is , how could I append this Date object to response ? The client side is a
. What the j2me app is caring is the Date object , not html.
Joined: Feb 05, 2001
May 17, 2005 12:17:00
Yuo do not have to return HTML, it can be just a String. HTML is really only a String, a String that includes HTML tags.
Just convert the Date object to a date string, and return that.
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