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Mobile Service Architecture (MSA)

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Created: firt (14 Apr 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (24 Jul 2013)

Mobile Service Architecture (MSA) is an specification from Java Community Process (JCP) to reduce Java ME device fragmentation and allows vendors to distribute new devices under this umbrella. So, if a device is a MSA phone, you are sure what additional APIs have.

Like its predecessor, JTWI, MSA is an umbrella over a collection of familiar, updated, and new JSRs that cooperate to support applications with a wide range of standardized capabilities in Java ME.

There are two MSA standards, depending on the platform.

Mobile Service Architecture for CLDC/MIDP (JSR 248)

It defines two lists, a full MSA stack that comprises 16 JSRs, and a subset of eight JSRs.

MSA Subset includes:

MSA standard adds:

Mobile Service Architecture Advanced for CDC (JSR 249)

This specification is still in progress. More information on Java Community Process (JCP).

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