[sip-comm-dev] SIP Communicator(SC) on J2ME, OSGI + J2ME


#1

Hi All,

I have one question, i think maybe it is the dumb question. However, i would
like to make sure somethings...

Is it possible to port SC to J2ME mobile quickly? How to port SC to J2ME
environment?
Since SC run as OSGI services using apache felix, so if there are certain
OSGI framework on J2ME
or mobile, then SC can port quickly to J2ME environment? although SIP-J2ME
(JSR180) have maybe
some different from JAIN SIP (JSR32)

Actually, I am considering to port sip-comm to J2ME, if it can be done
quickly and implement P2P-SIP, DHT liked
with SC. I am indeed a newbie to OSGI. And, finally, i have one question:
why does the author of SC implement it on OSGI services? do you aim to have
a portable and embedded Software? :slight_smile:

Thanks in advance!

Cheers,
Julien N


#2

Felix should run on J2ME Foundation profile.

-> richard

minh ngn wrote:

···

Hi All,

I have one question, i think maybe it is the dumb question. However, i would like to make sure somethings...

Is it possible to port SC to J2ME mobile quickly? How to port SC to J2ME environment?
Since SC run as OSGI services using apache felix, so if there are certain OSGI framework on J2ME
or mobile, then SC can port quickly to J2ME environment? although SIP-J2ME (JSR180) have maybe
some different from JAIN SIP (JSR32)

Actually, I am considering to port sip-comm to J2ME, if it can be done quickly and implement P2P-SIP, DHT liked
with SC. I am indeed a newbie to OSGI. And, finally, i have one question:
why does the author of SC implement it on OSGI services? do you aim to have a portable and embedded Software? :slight_smile:

Thanks in advance!

Cheers,
Julien N

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#3

Hello Julien,

                 Me too attempting to Port the SC to J2ME. I would like to
know how to reduce the Jar size. Let me know if you have any idea regarding
how to reduce the Jar size.

Cheers,
Vinoth Kumar.

···

On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 1:06 AM, minh ngn <skminh@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi All,

I have one question, i think maybe it is the dumb question. However, i
would like to make sure somethings...

Is it possible to port SC to J2ME mobile quickly? How to port SC to J2ME
environment?
Since SC run as OSGI services using apache felix, so if there are certain
OSGI framework on J2ME
or mobile, then SC can port quickly to J2ME environment? although SIP-J2ME
(JSR180) have maybe
some different from JAIN SIP (JSR32)

Actually, I am considering to port sip-comm to J2ME, if it can be done
quickly and implement P2P-SIP, DHT liked
with SC. I am indeed a newbie to OSGI. And, finally, i have one question:
why does the author of SC implement it on OSGI services? do you aim to
have a portable and embedded Software? :slight_smile:

Thanks in advance!

Cheers,
Julien N


#4

Hi Kumar,
I also think about 2 things:
- Is apache felix too heavy in oder to run on J2ME profile?
- Does SC need to cut down some unnecessary services to reduce the size and
be able to run perfectly on J2ME?
I need the bundles of SIP, Media and simple GUI.
Cheers,
Julien N

···

On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 11:07 AM, VinothKumar Eswaran <vinoth.e@mobax.com> wrote:

Hello Julien,

                 Me too attempting to Port the SC to J2ME. I would like to
know how to reduce the Jar size. Let me know if you have any idea regarding
how to reduce the Jar size.

Cheers,
Vinoth Kumar.

On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 1:06 AM, minh ngn <skminh@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi All,

I have one question, i think maybe it is the dumb question. However, i
would like to make sure somethings...

Is it possible to port SC to J2ME mobile quickly? How to port SC to J2ME
environment?
Since SC run as OSGI services using apache felix, so if there are certain
OSGI framework on J2ME
or mobile, then SC can port quickly to J2ME environment? although SIP-J2ME
(JSR180) have maybe
some different from JAIN SIP (JSR32)

Actually, I am considering to port sip-comm to J2ME, if it can be done
quickly and implement P2P-SIP, DHT liked
with SC. I am indeed a newbie to OSGI. And, finally, i have one question:
why does the author of SC implement it on OSGI services? do you aim to
have a portable and embedded Software? :slight_smile:

Thanks in advance!

Cheers,
Julien N

--
Minh Nguyen


#5

minh ngn wrote:

Hi Kumar,
I also think about 2 things:
- Is apache felix too heavy in oder to run on J2ME profile?

We have people using Felix on J2ME, so, no.

-> richard

···

- Does SC need to cut down some unnecessary services to reduce the size and be able to run perfectly on J2ME?
I need the bundles of SIP, Media and simple GUI.
Cheers,
Julien N

On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 11:07 AM, VinothKumar Eswaran > <vinoth.e@mobax.com <mailto:vinoth.e@mobax.com>> wrote:

    Hello Julien,

                     Me too attempting to Port the SC to J2ME. I would
    like to know how to reduce the Jar size. Let me know if you have
    any idea regarding how to reduce the Jar size.

    Cheers,
    Vinoth Kumar.

    On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 1:06 AM, minh ngn <skminh@gmail.com > <mailto:skminh@gmail.com>> wrote:

        Hi All,

        I have one question, i think maybe it is the dumb question.
        However, i would like to make sure somethings...

        Is it possible to port SC to J2ME mobile quickly? How to port
        SC to J2ME environment?
        Since SC run as OSGI services using apache felix, so if there
        are certain OSGI framework on J2ME
        or mobile, then SC can port quickly to J2ME environment?
        although SIP-J2ME (JSR180) have maybe
        some different from JAIN SIP (JSR32)

        Actually, I am considering to port sip-comm to J2ME, if it can
        be done quickly and implement P2P-SIP, DHT liked
        with SC. I am indeed a newbie to OSGI. And, finally, i have
        one question:
        why does the author of SC implement it on OSGI services? do
        you aim to have a portable and embedded Software? :slight_smile:

        Thanks in advance!

        Cheers,
        Julien N

--
Minh Nguyen

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