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"Wireless J2ME Applications with Java and Bluetooth - Part 2 of 2"
Vol. 7, Issue 9, p. 54

	


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// lets name our variables
StreamConnectionNotifier notifier = null;
StreamConnection sconn = null;
LocalDevice localdevice = null;
ServiceRecord servicerecord = null;


// step #1
// the String url will already be defined with the
// correct url parameters
notifier = (StreamConnectionNotifier)Connector.open(url);


// step #2
// we will get the LocalDevice if not already done so
localdevice = LocalDevice.getLocalDevice();
servicerecord = localdevice.getRecord(notifier);


// step #3 is optional


// step #4
// this step will block the current thread until a client responds
// this step will also cause the service record to be
// stored in the SDDB
notifier.acceptAndOpen();


// step #5
// just wait...
// assume the client has connected and you are ready to exit


// step #6
// this causes the service record to be removed
// from the SDDB
notifier.close();


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...
// let's name our variables


StreamConnectionNotifier notifier = null;
StreamConnection con = null;
LocalDevice localdevice = null;
ServiceRecord servicerecord = null;
InputStream input;
OutputStream output;


// let's create a URL that contains a UUID that
// has a very low chance of conflicting with anything
String url = 
"btspp://localhost:0011223344556677889900AABBCCDDEEFF;name=serialconn";
 
// let's open the connection with the url and cast it into a
StreamConnectionNotifier
notifier = (StreamConnectionNotifier)Connector.open(url);


// block the current thread until a client responds
con = notifier.acceptAndOpen();


// the client has responded, so open some streams
input = con.openInputStream();
output = con.openOutputStream();


// now that the streams are open, send and receive some data

 
 

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