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I am doing a project with Client/Server.
on the server I have C# Windows application
on the Client I want to use J2ME,
//============
question is if it is possible to make them communication
using web service
Nov 15 '05 #1
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Hi,

Not sure that web services is fully supported in J2ME. Support is there.
One other way is communicate with server by sending /receving xml stream
thru HTTPConnection object or StreamConnectio n object. Instead of a web
service u can have a asp.net which receives xml and sends xml as response.

The following page containing technical articles and tips on J2ME might be
helpful to u.
http://developers.sun.com/techtopics...rence/techart/

Hope this helps...

Girish.

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I am doing a project with Client/Server.
on the server I have C# Windows application
on the Client I want to use J2ME,
//============
question is if it is possible to make them communication
using web service

Nov 15 '05 #2
by the way, anyone have some sample code for formating data
into XML and put it into stream, send across the network.
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I am doing a project with Client/Server.
on the server I have C# Windows application
on the Client I want to use J2ME,
//============
question is if it is possible to make them communication
using web service

Nov 15 '05 #3
Look up SOAP, that's exactly what you need.
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by the way, anyone have some sample code for formating data
into XML and put it into stream, send across the network.
"pei_world" <pe*******@hotm ail.com> wrote in message
news:el******** ********@tk2msf tngp13.phx.gbl. ..
I am doing a project with Client/Server.
on the server I have C# Windows application
on the Client I want to use J2ME,
//============
question is if it is possible to make them communication
using web service


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