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I need to devellop a java application running on the blackberry and collecting some data. This application would have to post those data to a web service of mine.

Is this possible if my provider (bell mobility in canada) doesn't provide any APN?
I was thinking of doing this with Http request but then again if its possible to do it with socket connection would be better i think.

What do you think?
I'm new to the blackberry devellopment so any comments, ideas will be very appreciate.

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