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Can this be done with JNLP Mobile app-Browser communication ???

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I have developed an application it has 2 parts. 1 in JSP/Servlets running on the webserver and the other in P Java running on the mobile phone. The P java application running on the mobile phone is used to access the files of the mobile phone and send/upload data to the server. While the JSP/Servlet application performs other functions such as data display etc. The JSP/Servelet application can be viewed on the phone using the borwser of the phone.
Now i want to communicate between these applications. That is want to open up and run the p Java application from the browser and browser from the p java application. The point is i want to integrate these 2. If its not possible can some one suggest any other Java Api which enables this. The point is i need to have a webserver and a local mobile java application at the same time.
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I guess one of the first questions I would ask is can Java Webstart be installed on a mobile phone? I am not too familiar with the capabilities of Java on mobile phones.

Webstart is more of an application distribution protocol than anything. You would still need to find a way to write the software to do your communication. I don't think webstart alone will give you much of an advantage for needs.

Though I am happy to hear other points of view on this.

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