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Hi
I have developed a application which gets the image files stored from the root device and sends to

another mobile(wireless toolkit) and displays the files in it.
I have used the OBEX protocols for this transfer.
My question is can i have my server in one laptop and the client in another laptop and send the image from

one laptop and get it in the another.
Is it possible to do so?if so,how?
Please help
 
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So if you are going from one laptop to another, why do you need J2ME? Why not just use Sockets in J2SE?

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i am using jsr234 in my application which is supported in only a few mobile phones(to be exact only six phones).
So i thought of demonstrating the application in two laptops.
Is it possible to develop a socket connection and send the data.What is the constraint on the data because i am sending image files?
 
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Originally posted by Soma Sundaram:
Hi
i am using jsr234 in my application which is supported in only a few mobile phones(to be exact only six phones).
So i thought of demonstrating the application in two laptops.
Is it possible to develop a socket connection and send the data.What is the constraint on the data because i am sending image files?



A cool, must be a newer JSR that I wasn't aware of, been a while since I worked on J2ME so I am unfamiliar with newer JSRs.

Good Luck.

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I guess the JSR started a while ago, and just last year in July was "finalized"

But in the definition of the JSR it doesn't have anything to do with transferring byteos over a "network", It is about accessing more Audio/Video controls of newer devices that have equalizer, etc.

So the issue you would be having has to do with networking, not JSR 234.

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Hi
Thanks for the reply.
My issue is to get the video frames i have generated from a video to another mobile.Since i do not have the option of working with mobiles at present i need to demonstrate on the laptops.
Kindly help me how to estabish a connection betweeen two laptops and transfer from one laptop and get it in another.
 
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