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kasu ji
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i have a doubt regarding "HOW TO FIRE A SERVLET IN THE WAP BROWSER"
PLEASE HELP ME..
I AM USING "M3GATE" BROWSER
 
Stan James
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Hi, I don't know the WAP protocol at all. Does it generate standard GET and POST commands to the server or does it have its own protocol?
 
Adeel Ansari
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Originally posted by kasu ji:
i have a doubt regarding "HOW TO FIRE A SERVLET IN THE WAP BROWSER"
PLEASE HELP ME..
I AM USING "M3GATE" BROWSER


I didn't heard of any servlet container implemented WAP. Generally what we have is HTTP support. If you want to work with some other protocols then you definitely need a servlet container implemented that protocol.

We have some HTTP browsers over wireless devices around. I guess normal HTTP servlet would work for those.
 
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kasu ji,

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