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miPortal and j2me web services

 
V Krishna
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hello all,
I know this may be off topic because this isnt really a j2me programming question.Its to announce a j2me Project i have been working on for sometime.

miPortal is a client/server system which enables access to SOAP Web services. Web services such as stock quotes, jokes, zipcodes, and similar are especially sutied for use on handlheld devices. miPortal processes such Web services' WSDL and makes them available for use from a Java midlet client. From the client, one can install a Web service profile and execute one of its operations.
The midlet source is available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/miportal
Since a valid user name is required to connect to the server from the midlet you need to sign up.visit the project home page http://www.miportal.in
miPortal for that.

basically I am looking for feedback,bug reports/patches and any issues in running/installing the midlet on all of the java phones available in the market. I could test it on just a few of them
Looking forward to some feedback
thanks
vivek
 
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