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 ====== The OOBD System Specification ====== ====== The OOBD System Specification ======
  
 +FIXME This page is left from an early program stage and is outdated on several items
  
 ===== The Concept ===== ===== The Concept =====
  
  
-OOBD is written in Java (tm) to reach the most major platforms. It  consists of an UI independent core and different interfaces. The actual ​planned ​platforms are: +OOBD is written in Java (tm) to reach the most major platforms. It  consists of an UI independent core and different interfaces. The actual ​ platforms are: 
-  * Desktop (Netbeans ​RCP+  * Desktop (Netbeans) 
-  * Mobile (JavaME & LCDUI) +  * Mobile (JavaME & LCDUI) (outdated, not supported anymore
-  * Android?+  * Android
  
 Some elements & functions are optional and not available on all platforms Some elements & functions are optional and not available on all platforms
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-To make this principle work between different programs, where one program is the local and the other program is the remote side, the data flow between local and remote side is standardized in the so called ​[[oobd:​Main|OOBD protocol]]. This protocol has to be followed to guaranty the compatibility between different programs.+To make this principle work between different programs, where one program is the local and the other program is the remote side, the data flow between local and remote side is standardized in the so called OOBD protocol. This protocol has to be followed to guaranty the compatibility between different programs.
  
 === Starting a communication === === Starting a communication ===
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