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Using J2me, How can i access the Native palm OS Addressbook and other application?

 
Edward Durai
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Hi to all,

Using J2me, How can I able to access the Native palm OS Addressbook and other applications? Please Give me the details. Is j2me supports native palm os application access? or other languages? or what are other ways to develop(i am going to develop Tungsten-E Devices)

Thanks in advance.
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arnel nicolas
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There's the JSR 75 PIM API that you can use to access addressBook...etc.
I just don't know if it is implemented by Palm, but it should because one of the specs lead comes from them(Palm).

In addition, you cannot access other database like notepad or memoDb using your Midlet. You can only access this using jSync(API) apps.
[ March 16, 2005: Message edited by: arnel nicolas ]
 
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