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    Thumbs up can we access mobile information from web application?

    Hello friends,

    Can we access mobile information like contact details, to do list details from a web application with out writing the mobile application?

    I want to write a web application that accesses mobile information like contact details, to-do lists details with out writing a mobile application.

    is it possible? if so, how to do this?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: can we access mobile information from web application?

    For S60 phones there's Mobile Web Server that does exactly this, and much more:

    http://mymobilesite.net/

    For a list of features:

    http://mymobilesite.net/introduction/

    And, if you want more detailed infos:

    http://opensource.nokia.com/projects/mobile-web-server/

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    Thumbs up Re: can we access mobile information from web application?

    But it seems that we have to install some application in our mobile devices.

    But I dont want like that(installing some application on our mobile devices). I want only one web application, that should access our mobile information.

    So any suggestions for this requirement:

    On pc only one web application (like servlets/jsp...).

    Thats all.

    that web applicaiton should access our mobile information.

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    Re: can we access mobile information from web application?

    Well, installing something on your phone is a minimum requirement, since there's no premade support for such an access to mobile phone data. So, without installing anything, you'll not be able to do what you requested.

    Then, if you do not want to code by your own, Mobile Web Server is an optimal solution for S60 phones.

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    Re: can we access mobile information from web application?

    as u know there are also permission restrictions on most mobiles, so its quite obvious information like contacts cant be accessed without complying to these permissons.. and to do so u will need some kind of application on the mobile itself...

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    Re: can we access mobile information from web application?

    You can use the native syncml client in the Nokia/Series40 and Nokia/Series60 to synchronize PIM Data (Personal Information Data).

    But of course, you have to create a syncml-server or at least a partial syncml-server. You don't have to fully support synchronization since you're only interested in getting the specified data. A SLOW sync from device is enough for your request ( this means, the phone will send it's PIM data to the server, the server will store them, and don't send anything back ).

    For more information, ask google about OMA SyncML Data Sync Protocol. All Series40/60 have a built-in OMA SyncML Client that can be used for synchronizing any time.
    Last edited by markusSV; 2008-06-17 at 08:55.

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