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how to export data from an API interface to a WAP phone.
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if people couldnt able to understand my question, here i'm breifing..

i've an interface in an applicaton, say the page is an html page. in that html interface i've fields where the user will enter values when the user submits the values,
then the values should be sent to a respected user's wap device.

If any one knows how to do, or any links regarding this will be welcome.
kindly reply
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Hi rprp1234,

the wap faq's
http://www.wapforum.org/faqs/
http://www.devx.com/wireless/articles/WAP/WAPFAQ.asp

a bit overwhelming
http://directory.google.com/Top/Computers/Mobile_Computing/Wireless_Data/WAP/Forums_and_Resources/

also take a look at the wapalize site with it's tag reference etc....http://www.wapalize.co.uk/

basically what you're trying to do is nothing else then building a normal website, instead of the big user interface you're looking at a tiny one with a big constraint on resources of a few k per packet....

be sure to read up on the other end of the application here at the vbxml site
http://www.vbxml.com/wap/articles/wap_usability/default.asp

HTH:O)Bruintje
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