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03-02-2011 07:19 AM
welcome to the support forums.
there is no jdbc driver for blackberry, you will have to use a server component to connect to the database and the blackberry.
search the forum, there are many related questions which have been answered.
03-02-2011 07:29 AM
jsp is not the correct technology, no. it is used to display things in webpages (dynamically).
you can use php for simple tasks, but a java (or any other language) program with a server socket would work better. webservices are also a possibility, but that depends on the complexity of your workflow.