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Is there any VM/API combo that can provide the following combination of functionality:
1. Access and Create Palm based databases (PDB)
2. Access the Internet over HTTP (especially for Palm VII)
3. Provide a decent GUI API that has access to the soft keyboard and drop down menus.
Thanks,
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Hi John,
I am new to J2ME. I am interested in your question also, as I am going to use Palm to do some wireless application for my FYP. Can you kindly tell me the answer of your question? Especially, question 1 and 3. ^^
David Chan.
 
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david , i think Sun's vm is there for palm ( PDA's ). Please go through CLDC specifications from Sun's site.
I think it will answer your questions.
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Originally posted by David Chan:
Hi John,
I am new to J2ME. I am interested in your question also, as I am going to use Palm to do some wireless application for my FYP. Can you kindly tell me the answer of your question? Especially, question 1 and 3. ^^
David Chan.


Most of other (not MIDP for Palm) will allow access to PDB (ex. waba, superwaba, VAME,original KVM)
Only MIDP implement HTTP over Palm.net
Only MIDP for Palm and VAME provide API's for pop-up keyboard and menu.
 
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