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Dear all,
I am new to J2ME. I have wrote a Midlet and try to send message to a servlet, but not successful. I want to know can I debug a Midlet? Can I use System.out.println() in Midlet?
Or I need to write debug message to recordset? Can I use forte for java to debug it? Or need to display error message in alert?
Thanks a lot
 
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Writing to System.out.println() is always a good starting point for debugging.
There are various J2ME/MIDP tools that support more robust debugging capablities.
Here are links to various tools available:
Developer Resources

John Muchow
Author of Core J2ME Technology and MIDP
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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