J2ME WTP: What is WTP?

What is WTP?

- The Wireless Transaction Protocol (WTP) is a protocol in the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) suite.

- It is mostly used in the mobile telephony.

- It is suitable for secure or non-secure wireless datagram networks.

- It is a lightweight transaction oriented protocol.

It provides three types of transactions:

1. Unreliable one-way
2. Reliable one-way
3. Reliable two-way

Features of WTP:

- It supports segmentation and re-assembly.

- It provides reliable, efficient data transfer based on the request/reply paradigm.

- It supports selective-retransmission

- It provides Internet content and advanced telephony services to digital phones, pagers and other wireless terminals.
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