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sakthi vadivel
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I am final yr MCA doing Mobile Banking Application in J2ME i started developing the client side design part but i dont know how to create server part for my application can anyone please help me which is best server side for my banking application.

Please give your general guidance whether i use J2SE server or servlet and please tell me how to create server in Netbeans 6.1 for my application.

I need only basic steps if catch out that then i will move with that please help me in this regard.

Thanks in Advace.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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How will the client communicate with the server? If it's by HTTP, then using a servlet container would make sense. Otherwise, not so much. For a banking application security should be paramount - use HTTPS or some other form of encryption.

NetBeans is an IDE. It can be used for developing any kind of code, and any kind of code can be developed without it. So that has no bearing on this question. Any questions about using NetBeans should go in the IDE forum.
 
Sam Tsang
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I think you'd better get a book before you start. It all depends on what J2ME technology you will need to use, if you use MIDP/CLDC you'll need to use httpconnection to communicate with the server side, especially if you are using Tomcat server. But if you are using CDC you'll probably have more choices because CDC is closer to J2SE.

 
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