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    Run a Midlet on a PC

    Hi all,
    I have the following problem. I need to build a java (j2me, j2se, j2ee or whatever) program that sends a sms to a mobile to a specific port. I have found some APIs like jSMS that makes that, but they are not free. So the only solution I can think is build a Midlet that sends a sms to a specific prot on a mobile (easy with WMA). I have a gsm modem connected to the PC via serial port.

    Is it possible to run this midlet on a PC and using the gsm modem send the sms? In that case, how to do it?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Run a Midlet on a PC

    help me if u have any idea about where i can found Nokia prototype SDK 3.0 [proto30]

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    Re: Run a Midlet on a PC

    Hope this is what you have been looking for.
    Nokia Prototype SDK 3.0 for J2ME™
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._v3_0.zip.html

    Regards
    Gopal

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    Re: Run a Midlet on a PC

    The post is about running a Midlet on a PC , Any suggestions?

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    Re: Run a Midlet on a PC

    thank u Gopal

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    Re: Run a Midlet on a PC

    What you are looking for comes in two flavors. There's a 'real-life' or 'platform' emulator for a lot of different phones, which will emulate the look and feel of a particular phone, and then there's a MIDP emulator, which attempts to emulate the basic functions of a lot of different devices.

    The easiest one to work with is the MIDP emulator, specifically the J2ME Wireless Toolkit, which you can download from the Sun site. Just search for 'J2ME Wireless Toolkit' in google, you'll find it. It requires a login to the Sun forums, just register or use bugmenot.com.

    Once its installed, you'll have a couple of programs to choose from. To actually run a Midlet, use 'Run MIDP Application'. You have the option of choosing your skin to, also in the same program folder.

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    Re: Run a Midlet on a PC

    Hi,

    "Is it possible to run this midlet on a PC and using the gsm modem send the sms? In that case, how to do it?"
    Not easy as far as I remember. You can search this forum and you will get some threads discussing this requirement. Also, the article below has a good overview of working with SMSC.

    http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2004/06/09/sms.html

    Hope this helps!
    Juarez Alvares Barbosa Junior - Brazil

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