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How to upload Image from Mobile to JBoss Server  RSS feed

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I am very new to J2ME technology.
Even I dont know whether this question is appropriate for this section.
if it is not than please i appologise for that.
Now here is my problem
We are having one web based application where Internet user can upload images and other details from their local machine.
Now in same application we want to give access through Mobile and there also we want to allow user to share their photo or images through Mobile.
Currently written api upload image only on submit but as i know in mobile we cant have any such submit button method.
it should start uploading on click.
Does anyone has any idea how can Mobile should communicate to Web application to upload image.

Waiting for your reply.
Thank you in advance.
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Personally, I would think that you could handle it quite the same way as you would through the web application. It should be easy enough to create a form that passes off to a class/function behind the scenes that connects via HTTP to the application server and "pretends" to be a regular client...

As for how to grab the image from your local system, look at JSR 75, and if you have access to the API, you should be able to write something very similar to the desktop application.

Good luck!
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