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New to Mobile Applications in Netweaver

hi.,

can u pls tell me how to develop mobile application in Netweaver.

which softwares i need download and from where?.

is there any free downloads available ?

regards

Guru

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 06:42 AM

    hello guru,

    NW has several frameworks for mobile support.

    among are WebDynpro for Mobile and Mobile CRM which are

    for online solutions, and Mobile Infrastructure (MI) which

    is for offline solutions.

    generally, you will need to use NW Developer Studio. you

    can get it from the download section of SDN. in most cases

    you will also need a running WAS where to deploy and test

    your applications except for MI where your applications

    are deployed to MI client.

    it would be better if you can tell us more on which kind

    of mobile applications are you trying to develop...

    regards

    jo

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    • Former Member

      hi,

      presently i am working with netweaver for developing webservices and ejbs and sapconnectivity(EC).

      <b>i need to consume webservices through mobile.</b>

      can i use j2me with netweaver??????????

      regards

      Guru

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