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I have made a jar file and I want to send the information in the application to the desktop PC.
By what media should they be connected??
I have following modes of transfer in my mobile:
-bluetooth
-infra red
-packet data
-data transfer



note: i have to send the info in the app, not the particular jar file.

Waiting for a quick reply.
 
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It's really whatever works best for you. The most common solution is to open a network socket and transfer the data over that socket. An especially popular solution is to do that at a higher level and do a transfer to a web application server, but unless the target PC is itself a public web server, that may not work for you.

Most of the lower-level solutions require that the PC be running some sort of specialized listening (server) application,
 
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In my PC, i don't have any connectivity media neither bluetooth neither any wireless media.
because it's a desktop system.
So, how can I get connected to the PC? (i can purchase the required device if necessary)
I'll develop my j2me app accordingly.
please suggest me the best solution possible.
Thanks ..
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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