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    j2me

    IS it possible to retrieve the calendar information from s40 by a server using j2me and j2ee

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    Re: j2me

    Hi,

    If I have understood your problem correctly, you want to exchange the calander information between the j2me client and j2ee server.

    If so! the answer is Yes. You can develop your own encoding format to exchange the data between client and server.

    The client part will read the calander information using PIM APIs, encode them and send to some JSP/Servlet.

    Hope this will help you.

    Regards
    Amit

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    Re: j2me

    ya you got it right, i was actually looking for that api, thank u

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    Re: j2me

    hhmm.... if I look at this post and ur others it seems like ur trying to make some spyware app ?
    I really hope this is not the case, but it seems u are trying to get all the information (and personal data, PIM-api stands exactly for that) including url-adresses typed into the browser, and send this to ur server...
    potentially pretty dangerous, hopefully just a info-collecting app...

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