[jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] NetworkInterface class
- From: Lampart Thomas <
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- Subject: [jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] NetworkInterface class
- Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2013 10:52:38 +0100
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Dear specleads, experts,
I did look a little bit closer at the new class "NetworkInterface" and would
like to ask for some clarification how this class is supposed to work and how
it is supposed to be used by a midlet.
As the documentation states: "In most cases, applications will need to use
only the AccessPoint API to select to connect and disconnect AccessPoints
connections. The NetworkInterface APIs are needed in cases where more
detailed management of connections is required."
What could this "detailed management" be ? The class does not offer any new
("exciting") methods which give additional functionality to AccessPoint ? Or
am I missing something ?
Also the example seems a bit confusing to me, as it looks for "unused"
NetworkInterfaces to connect an AccessPoint. Why does it need to be used ?
Can you please give a real live example where it makes sense to have the
From: Michael Lagally
Sent: Montag, 4. November 2013 11:09
Subject: [jsr360-observers] [jsr360-experts] JSR360 EG call notes -
Wednesday, Oct 30th
Dear JSR 360 experts,
Dear JSR360 EG members,
Here are the notes from the last JSR 360 call on October 30th, 14:00-14:40
Thomas Lampart, Gemalto
Michael Lagally, Oracle
Roger Riggs, Oracle
Yiming Zhao, Nokia
SpecLead Draft 4
The SpecLead Draft 4 which was provided to the expert group last week contains
bug fixes and clarifications that were added to the spec after the PR version.
Roger and Michael walked through the changes one by one and explained
the reasons for these updates.
The list of changes was sent to the EG reflector last week and is included
again for reference.
The draft is very close to the PFD version, which will be provided in the
next two weeks.
EG members are encouraged to review the draft and the changes and provide
about all issues to the spec leads before Nov 12th to allow for consideration
in the PFD.
Proposed Final Draft schedule
We plan to submit the Proposed Final Draft on or before November 29th.
A follow-up EG call is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov 12th, 2pm CET to discuss
any potential issues
as reported by the EG.
The PFD version of the spec will be provided for final EG review shortly
after that and we will
seek EG approval for the PFD by November 27th.
New EG member
Yiming Zhao took over the EG representation for Nokia from Irvine Ye.
Michael + Roger
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