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how to redirect response to different Midlet Suit  RSS feed

 
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hi all,
I am working on J2ME, I want to invoke a httpRequest to server from a mildlet suit 'A' and server will response to midlet suit 'B'. How can I redirect response to suit other than invoked one. Please help.


Thanks and regards,
Anil Sonone.
 
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Anil, you can always use Push to awaken the second MIDlet.

On another note, I would question why you want to do this, and why the second MIDlet doesn't make the request in the first place. Or why have two seperate MIDlets? Or is this supposed to be like a chat program where the different MIDlets are on two different phones.

Basically I see an architectural/design issue more than a "how to do this" problem here.

Can you give us more detail on what and why you want to accomplish.

Thanks

Mark
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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