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java mobile deployment

 
Erdem geen
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Hello,

I am wondering what may be important when deploying java apps to a mobile device...
Hope you guys(and/or girls) can help me answer some (deployment) questions I'm stuck with...
my main questions concern https websites and certification on the device itself.
here are my questions:

Do I have to take in account the operating system on wich I want to deploy(do all nokia devices have the same os? how about other devices?)?

Is it just possible to browse to a website and download a java app, even if it is https, will I get a pop up if it's a https website (ssl)?

I heard I need a "Sun Java Signing Digital ID" to deploy on mobile devices. Is this true ?

What is the easiest way to deploy java applications? I would think thru a website... but what measures do I need to take...

Tips and hints are more then welcome.. I hope to learn as much as possible about deploying java to mobile devices...

thanks alot, any help is welcome :-) !!!

Erdem
 
Saurabh Gupta
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Will try to answer few of your questions..Hope other will correct if i am wrong.

Do I have to take in account the operating system on wich I want to deploy?

Definetly. You need to..The application will work on devices which support jar or jad files.

What is the easiest way to deploy java applications? I would think thru a website... but what measures do I need to take...


The simplest way is to create a jar or jad file.
You can more description from below link.
j2me-app-server
 
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