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hi
I have recently been contacted regarding writing an apllication for the palm os
can anyone help me witht he following
the application is to be used bt salesman for the company where they weill write thier orders into the palm and then synchronize with the main system when they get back to the office!
i understand IO is not supported in J2ME so how can i store the data to be uploaded at a later time?
also what can i use for the fromt end?
thank you
Fred
 
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IO is well supported in J2ME. java.io is not supported under CLDC, however the RMS classes can be used for persistent storage. HTTP support is also required. See the CLDC and MIDP specs for more information.
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where can i find these specs?
 
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http://java.sun.com/j2me/?frontpage-javaplatform
has links to let you download the various profiles - pretty complex, but I guess this range is needed to cover the range of devices that Java is now appearing in.
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