[MoMoBangalore] bangalore Digest, Vol 11, Issue 14

kallol borah
Fri May 25 12:49:05 IST 2007


Are you sure about this, Sumit ?
Reason is I see STK commands like SET_MENU, etc, these STK commands are
probably low level commands to the Manufacturer's Equipment (handset) and in
turn have to be triggered using the Java card APIs. I saw some 20-25 STK
commands but again, I was not sure if there was a STK command for retrieving
SMSes from SIM.
I do not want to install anything on the handset and therefore do not want
to use J2ME in this case.

Regards
Kallol



On 5/25/07, Sumit Kumar <ksumitus at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> IMO SIM or any javacards are for storing/retrieving data only. J2ME is to
> be used for any visual components you want.
>
>
> Hi
> > I am very new to SIM programming. I have not programmed anything yet but
> > am
> > trying to do a proof of concept app.
> > I was reading up on the SIM Application Toolkit (STK) spec and then
> > looked
> > at implementations in Java cards.
> > I found a Java card implementation of the STK APIs but I am confused
> > because
> > I still could not understand how I can implement simple things like -
> > displaying a form (where users can input data) or reading SMS messages
> > from
> > SIM cards. The Java card implementation in 2 packages (sim.toolkit and
> > sim.access) has APIs that are also difficult to understand.
> >
> > Can anyone tell me if I am looking at something entirely wrong ? Where
> > would
> > I find the APIs to do these simple things - more specifically, it would
> > be
> > great if you could tell me if a STK application can read/parse a SMS
> > text
> > msg in XML format and display the contents in a form.
> >
> > I wonder, after seeing the Java card implementations of the STK APIs, if
> >
> > using a visual programming environment would be better to program SIM
> > cards
> > than implementing Java cardlets - is that a norm or an exception ?
> >
> > Regards
> > Kallol
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