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Hi peoples,

Have to acquire some information from all of you. I'm currently developing a system, which my users are able to access the page using the mobile phone.

I'm going to develop this using Java, and it has been almost 10 years (using Java) since I last did a mobile system using WML. I've surfed many sites and I did not find what I wanted.

Is WML still the technology to use for mobile application for Java? I've came across a website where I can build a mobile system using JSP pages, just have to change some of the tags in the .jsp page.

I've certainly touched on mobile systems using visual studio 2005 and it seems pretty much easier than it is to do one using Java. And most of the Java sites now dedicate to building mobile applications rather than the system online.

With constraints, I'm only able to use Java, and I can only build a web based system, instead of an application to communicate with my server back end.

So, is WML still the way to go? And do I develop the .wml pages by first creating a .jsp page in the IDE that I'm using (NetBeans 6.1). I do have quite a few authentication and form submission required for this system. Lastly, how do I get an emulator for my NetBeans? I've been searching for the longest time for it and I still cannot find it. I found a Nokia Stimulator 4.0 but apparently it doesn't even send me email anymore so that I can activate my account from there.
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