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Building MIDlet suite ..

 
Popot Aartsen
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Hi,
I use Sun ONE Mobile Edition + Nokia Developer's Suit + 6310i emulator.
That setup is fine and working properly for "example" codes preinstalled by Sun ONE Mobile Edition.
Then I created a MIDlet, it's working fine with DefaultColorPhone emulator. But I cant run it in Nokia 6310i. The error:
java/lang classnotfound
I mount "classes.zip" (from 6310i folder) as file system, then I made a MIDlet suit, I included classes.zip in the JAR file. Still did not work.
Then I included the JAR content from one of the example (which is working well), still did not work, with same error.
So what is the correct way to do this? to be able to use Nokia emulator after I created a class using Sun ONE Studio ME.
When creating MIDlet suit, I choose my MIDlet and classes.zip included. But I did not include icon (is it matter?), because I dont want to use any icon.
Please help, two days I am trying just to fix this
Thanks
 
chanakya khatri
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hello
JavaRanch has a naming policy which is strictly enforced. Please read the policy and change your display name.
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Popot Aartsen
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?? I use popot that's my username.
Originally posted by chanakya khatri:
hello
JavaRanch has a naming policy which is strictly enforced. Please read the policy and change your display name.
Thanks
 
Matthew Phillips
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popot,
The Javaranch naming policy states that your display name must be a first name followed by a space and a last name. Please read the full policy and change your display name.
You can change your name: here
 
Popot Aartsen
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Done
Originally posted by Matthew Phillips:
popot,
The Javaranch naming policy states that your display name must be a first name followed by a space and a last name. Please read the full policy and change your display name.
You can change your name: here
 
Andrio Nickolson
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I have the Same problem with Nokia 6310iMIDP; difference is the tool i use J2MEWTK rather Sun oNE.
Others here should solve this problem rather beating about the Nicks. :roll:
 
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