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Blog Archive for ryan_shoemaker during July 2008

I briefly introduced the MEP client architecture in my previous post. In this post, we will take a closer look at the client architecture and use it as a foundation for the next few blog entries that will focus on the details of the programming model. 30,000ft View The MEP client SDK, also known as the "Mobile Client Business Object API" or MCBO, is simply a Java ME library that enables bi-...
The JavaOne 2008 MEP slides provide a very good technical overview of the platform and its many features - Take a look! Unfortunately, the session wasn't recorded, so there's no audio or video to accompany the slides. The presentation covers the platform's features and overall architecture including the client and connector programming models, security model, provisioning, and much more....
I've spent the last year working on a new product at Sun called the Mobile Enterprise Platform (MEP), which enables mobile access to enterprise data. Using MEP, you can easily develop mobile applications capable of synchronizing data between Java enabled mobile devices and corporate back-end EIS systems such as Siebel and SAP or traditional relational JDBC databases. The platform is built upon...