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Tomcat and Java ME

Mikael Lindstr�m
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Is there any limitations when developing Java ME applikations which comunicate with a tomcat server? If you compare with an ordinary application?
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Originally posted by Mikael Lindstr�m:
Is there any limitations when developing Java ME applikations which comunicate with a tomcat server? If you compare with an ordinary application?


You refer to "J2ME" or not ??

If yes,
J2Me can call servlet/jsp on Tomcat server by HTTP Protocol.


Sure, j2me have limit in itself :: you can read more detail at http://www.java.sun.com/j2me


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Most J2ME devices that I've come across have no problem with HTTP. The fact that Tomcat is doing the serving is rather moot. What's more at issue is whether the device understands HTTP, and whether the content you are generating with your JSPs (HTML, WML or whatever) is understood by the J2ME device.


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