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Liat
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Hi all,
How can I use and test on my PC the Nokia UI API packages: com.nokia.mid.messaging.*; ??
When i test with J2ME WTK 2.1, got error when compile, got this message:
C:\WTK21\apps\Nokia\src\NokiaSmsHandler.java:3: package com.nokia.mid.messaging does not exist
where do i find this package ?
Please help me, or give me a link to simple samples I'll be very glad
 
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Maybe you need to place the jar packages for the Nokia API into the lib directory of your application. This is a guess.
Yep reading the docs that come with WTK, it states that for using an API for a specific project place the .jar or .zip into the apps\projectName\lib directory. If you want all projects to use this API then put the jar or zip into the apps\lib directory
Good Luck
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Liat
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thanks man.I got the idea now.
but now have the another problem again, where do have to download this package --> com.nokia.mid.messaging
 
David Price
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com.nokia.mid.messaging is the 'Nokia SMS API', which was implemented in the Nokia 3410. It's not implemented in any other Nokia phones, as it was replaced by the JSR-120 Wireless Messaging API. You can get the Nokia SMS API as a ZIP file from Forum Nokia's Java section, in the Documents page.
Generally when you want to compile in Wireless Toolkit using proprietary features of an emulator, the approach is: (i) install the emulator in Wireless Toolkit (copy the whole emulator directory to Wireless Toolkit subdirectory wtklib/devices); (ii) select the emulator in Wireless Toolkit; (iii) build using Wireless Toolkit. (I seem to remember that it sometimes helped to 'Run' with the emulator before trying to build with it). Caveat: I haven't tried this for months - I use Ant :-)
[ March 12, 2004: Message edited by: David Price ]
 
Liat
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Thanks a lot David.
Now i m using Nokia 6600. if this Nokia SMS API is not supported by model 6600, so i am confusing that wat API tat Nokia 6600 used?
I m now finding an example application and sample coding of blueChat(i heard from friend), this application when install into the Nokia 6600, it can be use for chatting by using bluetooh technology.
give me a link to that example i'll be very glad !!
 
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In the Nokia 6600, your MIDlet can send and receive SMS messages using the JSR-120 Wireless Messaging API.
Here's Ben Hui's BlueChat example code. I've not tried it yet myself.
 
Edison Mart´┐Żnez
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Excuse me but I dont speak english...
I'm not sure if you're still needing the com.nokia.mid.messagin package, but you can find it on the 3410 emulator on http://forum.nokia.com
 
Momina Jehan
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I need nokia api which uses this package com.nokia.mid.messaging
Please anyone can help me out.........

from where i can download this Please tell me About this.......
 
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Momina, please try not to resurrect an old thread that is over a year old.

Just create a new thread for your question.

Mark
 
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