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Port Desktop Swing App to Mobile Device?...

 
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Not the best place to post this I suspect - but I am fairly new to Java and this is my first post, so here we go...

I maintain an app that enables users to search and display results from a data warehouse. Started life as a pure thick desktop Swing client pointing over the network at an Oracle database server. Slightly thinner now to the extent that server now runs an EJB server app (session beans only)via JBoss so that all SQL is executed on the server.

The powers that be would like said app to be available via small hand held Mobile Devices networked to server via some form of wireless network.

Any suggestions, advice etc most welcome...
[ August 30, 2007: Message edited by: Malcolm Fortune ]
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch!

I think this question is a bit advanced for the beginners forum, so I'm promoting it to the intermediate forum.
 
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