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  1. #1
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    Open Wap browser from java app

    Imagine that at some point you want your java application to browse a WAP page for the user to look for updated information.
    Is there a way to open Nokia's Wap browser from java apps?

    thanks in advance...

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    The only option that exists today is to use WAP push. However, when MIDP2.0 devices are available, you can use the method
    MIDlet:latformRequest().

  3. #3
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    I'm developing an application for a Nokia 7650.

    I want that my java application browses a WAP page.

    I believe that it only supports MIDP 1.0.
    Im I right?

    So I cannot use the method of MIDP 2.0 an I don't understand the option for MIDP 1.0

    What does "WAP push" means?

    thanks in advance

    Regards

  4. #4
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    WAP push means that an incoming network event will launch the wap browser. I use a SMS to it.
    You should have a SMSC (SMS center)which is a server that is located at the operator, and will send to your handset an appropriate SMS to a specific port.

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