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Hello all,
Anybody have a reference for How to developer J2ME application that communicate with Servlets?
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You can check out one of those newer MIDP books. Almost all of them talks about how to make J2ME client interact with dynamic server applications. Or, you can read me article published on JavaWorld
Build database-powered mobile applications on the Java platform
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-01-2002/jw-0118-midp.html
 
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I also recomend you to have a look at Sun's J2ME tech tips:
Client-Server Communication over HTTP using MIDP and Servlets
Here is the index of JDC J2ME Tech Tips:
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/J2METechTips/
Hope it helps,
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Hi,
Thanks all.
I will go on the references.
 
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As another resource, you can visit my J2ME developer site and download source code for a Servlet that uses Cookies to manage sessions with a MIDlet.
Servlet and Cookie Example
John
 
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