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J2ME on PocketPC

 
Ko Ko Naing
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I have a Toshiba e750 pocket PC running WindowsCE 2003. Can I develop J2ME application to run on it? Any resources about it is welcome... Thanks a million...
 
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You need to first install a JVM on your Toshiba. My iPAQ came with Jeode on the companion CD, but there are others as well. IBM's J9 might be worth a look.
 
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Thanks Lasse... R they free? I cannot find the links that I can download those JVMs?

Seeems like there is a need to invest some of my money to test things on my Toshiba...
 
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Originally posted by Ko Ko Naing:
Thanks Lasse... R they free? I cannot find the links that I can download those JVMs?

The Jeode is not free, and I can't find the download link either (the company, Insignia, has apparently done some internal refactoring...). IBM's J9 is part of the WSDD (WebSphere Device Developer), which you can download as a trial version. The IDE includes documentation for how to install the J9 JVM to a handheld. If I remember correctly, the J9 costs $10 per installation but is free for testing/development.
 
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Thanks a lot, Lasse... I'm on it... So there is no free in tesing things no PocketPC. Even though I have developed and tested on the WSDD's emulator, I have to pay for the real installation on my Toshiba. Isn't it? $10 per installation is a bit expensive for me...

Anyway, thank you very much for the guidance..
 
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sanjuan, thanks a lot for the links as well...
 
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