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Nokia 3520 TDMA

 
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Hi,
I�m new in J2ME Technology and want to make applications for the Nokia 3520. I made an "HelloWorld" application, but i don�t know how to deploy it to the mobile, via WAP. Somebody can help ?
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You need to publish your .jar and .jad files behind a URL accessible from your mobile and point your WAP browser to the .jad file. The device will then ask for your permission to download and install the .jar file (the application itself).
 
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Lasse,
When i try to download the .jad file, my mobile show me just text. It doesn�t begin the download of the jar file... Do you have some example ?
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Sounds like you haven't configured your web server's MIME types? You need to map *.jad files to MIME type "text/vnd.sun.j2me.app-descriptor".
 
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I didn�t... Thank you ! Do you know where can i get more information about this issue ?
 
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Which web server you're using? For Apache you can modify the .htaccess file by adding a AddType definition for the MIME type.
 
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