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    Default How to create a java application & call it from a PDA via TELNET

    Dear All,

    My objective is to create a java application that's hosted on a server and called remotely from a PDA using TELNET.

    I've created a java application using Eclipse & the jCurses library. Unfortunately, the jCurses API events and listener aren't enough and i wasn't able to achieve my target application functionality.

    Can anyone advise a library other than jCurses that can help create a java application that can be called from a PDA via TELNET?
    Is AWT an option ?

    Thanks in advance for your support,

    Best regards,

    Lana

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    Default Re: How to create a java application & call it from a PDA via TELNET

    Please do not post multiple copies of the same question. I deleted your duplicate post.
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