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b cronin
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Joined: Nov 28, 2002
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I am wanting to download jpeg files from a digital camera to a PDA. This seems to be easy enough, however is anyone familiar w/ transferring the jpeg back to a server wirelessly?
Mark Spritzler
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Um, unfortuantely Brian that doesn't have anything to do with Oracle.
I would think downloading then to a PDA is almost exactly like downloading the pictures to a computer.
I am moving this to meaningless drivel considering that I can't see how it relates to any Java stuff.
But I am sure someone will be able to help you there.
Mark


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b cronin
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Joined: Nov 28, 2002
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Please forgive me. Apparantly I have posted a question in the wrong forum. However this does pertian to JAVA. I am using J2ME to create midlets and was wondering if anyone has experience with writing a midlet that would allow you to view your JPEG files and select specific ones to be transfered back to a web server (using http protocol). Maybe I am going about this wrong although I haven't been able to find an reasonable replacement. I want the flexibility to transfer the jpeg with selected data that I am storing on the PDA. Thanks for the direction.
Marilyn de Queiroz
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moving to the J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) forum.


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