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Topic # 4872 4-Sep-2005 21:21
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Hi.,

Im having a project based on Bluetooth.
One such module in that project is to Enumerate Bt devices from my Computer using a Bluetooth Dongle.
For that I need to program on that Dongle's Stack.
As far as I know, we have proper* implementations of stacks like
* IVT BlueSoleil Bluetooth stack
* Microsoft Windows XP Bluetooth
* Toshiba Bluetooth 3.0x
* WIDCOMM Bluetooth Stack
So., i need to know, which stacks have API's in Java., so that I can program on it.
I dont mind purchasing a new Dongle., but that Donlge using that Stack should be programmable. Please help.

[ NOTE: This is not J2ME Code ]

Thank You.,



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Reply # 19677 5-Sep-2005 19:10
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Greetings

Actualli WIDCOMM stack costs an arm and leg.
But I saw sony's dongle suppoetd by SP2 and we have Java API's for it.
What do u say,

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Reply # 19721 5-Sep-2005 20:40
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Yes.,

Im having it on my last verge.,
Actually im open to suggestions., so someone might know., which one is best and cheaper.

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