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How to perform Asynchronous push in client server application

 
Hari Krishna
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Hi,
I am developing a client server application where in the server has to send some data to the client without the client's request. I am using Midp1.0 and i understand that this version doesn't support push technology. I also understand that RIM devices will have the support for this. But my application has to run on normal devices which support basic MIDP. Can anyone has any idea about this?
Hari
 
a sanjuan
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you might look at asynchronous messaging using JMS (Java Messaging Service). there is an entire chapter devoted to this in Wrox's 'Java Mobile Programming' (CHapter 12). The client is an MIDlet using iBUs/Mobile classes (get these from www.softwired-inc.com)...go to your local Borders bookstore and try to find a copy of the book because it goes into some detail about the srver and client side of it.
 
Hari Krishna
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Hi sanjuan,
Thanks for the information. So you mean to say that we have to go for 3rd party components to make this happen or wait till you get the support from sun. Please let me know if you have any forther information about this.
cheers
Hari
 
a sanjuan
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it looks that way, although that company is heavily into j2me. like i said, you can go browse that chapter because i think it solves your problem. i'll look at it again tonight.
 
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Hari,
JavaRanch has a naming policy which is strictly enforced. Please read the policy and change your display name if you wish to continue posting here. Thanks.
 
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