Java and WBXML

I am looking for information that will assist me in writing a J2ME application and Java Servlet that will exchange data using WBXML. Any information or links will be appreciated.
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You can see these links:

Generally, you don't need a special Servlet to exchange data using WBXML. It's like any other Servlet, you just encode your data in wbxml format using some library like the one in the first link above.

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meinnitAuthor Commented:
Any further information?
What else do you want to know?
meinnitAuthor Commented:
Im just looking for some more general informtion as there doesnt seem to be much out there on the web
Yes, I know. I have been searching myself awhile ago. There is a lack of onfo.
Also WBXML is not wide accepted standard currently.
But I think these links help a little bit. At least they help me.
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