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    Default Invoking a MIDlet from a webbrowser

    How can I invoke my midlet upon clicking on a downloadable file link in a web browser

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    Can you show us the HTML you are talking about?
    Is it an Anchor tag? or what?
    Is this a java programming problem?

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    You can't.

    It may be possible to launch the MIDlet using PushRegistry and a specailly crafted link in a web page, but that wouldn't be a "downloadable file link".

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    It's not a page i made.The thing is if you'r browser a regular web page on the internet and you want to download a file the default http client (download client) will pop up , i want to replace that client with mine as if you replace the default http client of internet explorer with download accelerator.

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