>I can imagine that being a common misconception! I've heard many people
>compare i-appli to Java Applets. I actually think that's not such a
>good comparison because i-appli are more like real applications. You
>download them just like you download a windoze .exe file and they are
>installed into your system ready to be used whenever you want to use
>them. Applets however typically embed themselves into a Web page and
>once the page is gone...so is the Applet!
So that means, jam files lives on the handset as well ?
Also does that mean, the scratchpad lives with the application as well, or
you get a new scratchpad everytime you *START* the application ?? Basically
what I am getting at is: Is scratchpad a persistent data storage for the
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Received on Fri Mar 30 10:11:06 2001