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Re: Samsung complying with network protocol?

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Anonymous

Thanks for the note.

I am using T-mobile in the U.S. and it doesn't appear that I am able to set
the network (outside of GSM 850/1900 vs GSM 1800, and T-Mobile vs Cingular).

Am I possibly looking at the wrong settings?

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Seref Arikan

Hi there,
What is the status of mobile soap clients for j2me? Sun's reference
implementation gave me a lot of headaches before. I could not install it
into any nokia phones. (6600 , 6630 etc..)
So I used ksoap 2, however, it was not very user friendly, especially
the lack of a stub generator for clients made it hard to deserialize
complex types. Any developments in the field, or ksoap is still my only
choice for my next work in j2me and web services?

Regards
Seref Arikan

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C. Enrique Ortiz

Web services is not necessarily SOAP.... but anyways, with the Mobile
Service Architecture umbrella JSR, JSR 172 is one of the mandated JSRs
for inclusion (if I recall correctly, on the full stack)... we'll have
to wait for MSA- handsets to come out. Note that there are a number of
things to be aware of when using JSR 172 as is... there is an article at
Sun Mobility web site that describes this:

/Understanding the Web Services Subset API for Java ME /- introduces the
subset API, the subset differences, the gotchas, and other information.
http://developers.sun.com/techtopics/mobility/midp/articles/webservices/

Also, there is a newer Services API: JSR 279: Service Connection API
for Java ME, but I don't know the state of that one...

enrique

Seref Arikan wrote:
> Hi there,
> What is the status of mobile soap clients for j2me? Sun's reference
> implementation gave me a lot of headaches before. I could not install it
> into any nokia phones. (6600 , 6630 etc..)
> So I used ksoap 2, however, it was not very user friendly, especially
> the lack of a stub generator for clients made it hard to deserialize
> complex types. Any developments in the field, or ksoap is still my only
> choice for my next work in j2me and web services?
>
> Regards
> Seref Arikan
>
>
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Seref Arikan

Hi Enrique,
Well, you are right about the SOAP and web services distinction. Most of
the phones I'll be targeting do not support jsr 172, only my motorola
mpx 220 has been able to use the reference implementation of sun. In
fact, I was asking for a better toolset than ksoap, which seems to be
dead anyway, and I think I found it: mirae seems to be an open source
implementation of jsr172, and I'll give it a try.
It is strange that not many tools seem to exist in j2me web services
domain. or to be more clear, not many mature and common tools..
regards
Seref

C. Enrique Ortiz wrote:
> Web services is not necessarily SOAP.... but anyways, with the Mobile
> Service Architecture umbrella JSR, JSR 172 is one of the mandated JSRs
> for inclusion (if I recall correctly, on the full stack)... we'll have
> to wait for MSA- handsets to come out. Note that there are a number
> of things to be aware of when using JSR 172 as is... there is an
> article at Sun Mobility web site that describes this:
>
> /Understanding the Web Services Subset API for Java ME /- introduces
> the subset API, the subset differences, the gotchas, and other
> information.
> http://developers.sun.com/techtopics/mobility/midp/articles/webservices/
>
> Also, there is a newer Services API: JSR 279: Service Connection API
> for Java ME, but I don't know the state of that one...
>
> enrique
>
>
>
> Seref Arikan wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> What is the status of mobile soap clients for j2me? Sun's reference
>> implementation gave me a lot of headaches before. I could not install it
>> into any nokia phones. (6600 , 6630 etc..)
>> So I used ksoap 2, however, it was not very user friendly, especially
>> the lack of a stub generator for clients made it hard to deserialize
>> complex types. Any developments in the field, or ksoap is still my only
>> choice for my next work in j2me and web services?
>>
>> Regards
>> Seref Arikan
>>
>>
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