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C. Enrique Ortiz

(this email seems that it didn't go thru via
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> 1) Use name/value pairs (RFC822 message format), or 2) XML,
> transported inside the body of an HTTP POST.
>
> If bandwidth is a concern, you can use the GZIP library for Java ME
> (there are a couple of implementations out there; search in Google).
>
> Also, take a look at Eric's article:
> SOA Without SOAP: The Java ME Perspective
> (http://developers.sun.com/mobility/midp/ttips/soanosoap)
>
> ceo
>
> meinterest@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> i'm coding a J2ME and J2EE application end-to end and I was
>> wondering what the pros out there would reccomend as a data format to
>> communicate between the j2me client and the j2ee server.
>>
>> I thought about webservices but maybe it is a little overkill and not
>> all devices support webservices...
>> I also thought about custom XML with a litle xml parser in the j2ME
>> client...?
>>
>> I want to reduce bandwidth consumption at the maximum as the j2me app
>> will be intensively querying the server but I also want the format
>> used to be simple and that's why I thought of XML.
>>
>> What do you guys usually use ? What is the actual reccomendation ?
>>
>> Thanks
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