I need to transfer small bits of data (strings) from a python script that will do some native related stuff to a J2ME midlet.
Simply reading a file from a MIDlet is troublesome since the user is required to grant access everytime when reading a file if the application is unsigned. In my application, this will be done once every 30 seconds or so.
The only other way of communication between the python script and the J2ME MIDlet is AFAIK to add a record in the .db RMS file generated by the MIDlet. The only problem is that I don't know how to decode this file. Is there any interpreter from python that will help me update a record from the .db file?
I am at core a Windows Mobile platform developer. I have recently started to work with the Nokia's tools therefore correct me if I am wrong: in my searches I have found tons of people trying to access native methods from J2ME. The communication via the RMS .db file could be considered a bridge between Symbian C++ / Python apps and J2ME applications. I am sure that there are a lot of people such as myself that are used to working in a visual envoirement and only use C++ strictly for the hard stuff keeping the UI and the most of the application in envoirements such as J2ME.
Your help on this matter will be greatly appreciated!