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in my company actually we had developed a application based on jsp which acts as a webinterface(jsp) for certain queries , we use oracle database and then our own server written in c++ to which Standard java-api(self written) makes communication . well my idea or question ?? is that this interface which we accessed (through jsp can it) be accessed through some j2me toolkit , or some stuff like that .... please pour in ur ideas on how i can investigate it further.
 
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Yes, you can access your JSP through J2ME.
If you want to provide an HTML interface on the device, you can use ReqwirelessWeb:
http://www.reqwireless.com/products-web.html
Alternatively, you can provide your own interface in MIDP and communicate with the JSP using the javax.microedition.io.HttpConnection class.
 
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