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Hi:
Thank you Matthew Phillips although you forget the answer. After I failed to install jar file from server to Palm emulator, I changed the emulator type to RIMJavaHandHeld. I meet another problem.
Using J2ME wireless toolkit, is there anybody running a remotely-deployed application using JAM's GUI successfully? According to the user guide, "You can use the Java Application Manager in one of the following ways:
1.Emulate the process using the JAM�s graphical user interface
2.Perform a single operation from the command line with the JAM option"
But I can just perform it by the command such as "emulator -Xjam:install=http://localhost:8080/examples/demos.jad"
When I try to install it with the same URL using GUI, there is a error message saying "No MIDlet Suites found. Check the URL to make sure it is correct". The HTTP tracing information saying that the emulator got the jad file from the server successfully, but it didn't try to get the jar file as it did when I try the command-way.
Can you tell me what is the problem?
Thank you very much!!
Ying
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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