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Would another tell me how to develop Java application for palm by using J9!!! I have got it but when I generated the prc
I cannot deploy it on my palm
 
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you need to install a java virtual machine (micro edition) on your palm... have you done that yet?
 
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I have installed and I can see it on the preference
but the problem is when I tried to deploy the generated prc file
the palm hasn't received it!
 
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i assume you added the .prc file to the palm desktop installation utility? i am pretty new to this, so i am not sure if you can just "double-click" on the .prc file to add it to the installation queue as you can with some others.
 
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