> 1. Can I write a web app and using Java lib to send MMS to the Series 60 simulator? If possible how to do, how can I locate the mobile simulator, using localhost?
Series60 emulator doesn't listen any ports. It's meant for standalone testing. However, you can send messages to Series60 emulator via EAIF emulator. Just configure your "mmsin" -directory to the eaifem.properties -file, found under EAIF emulator -folder.
> 2. What is the use of EAIF? It seems that it can only send and rx MMS and do validation and making no use in product demo.
EAIF emulator emulates the real MMSC. So, you don't need a connection to the real live MMSC to test your messages.
> 3. Can Series 60 simulator, by SDK, interact with the web server?
No, it only deploys the messages to the certain folder.
1. Can I write a web app and using Java lib to send MMS to the
Series 60 simulator? If possible how to do, how can I locate the
mobile simulator, using localhost?
>>> You can develop an interface using MMS java library's Orginating application which is connected to your web interface and then give the output to the EAIF emulator then you have to configure the "mmsin" folder (eafim.properties) into series60 emulator.