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new to J2ME. Please help !

 
Abhijit Chandekar
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Hi everyone,

I am very new to J2ME. I created a Midlet and successfully ran it.
Now i am reading that we can have "midlet suite"....
1) what is a "midlet suite" ?
2) How to create a midlet suite ?
3) why do one need it ?

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Abhijit Chandekar
 
Mark Spritzler
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Most likely, you won't need a Suite. Usually it will be MIDlets that are their own programs, but are related and need to use each other. I can't think of any particular examples at the moment, but there are reasons.

Or better yet, they are diffent J2ME programs, but they all need to share the same RecordStore.

Mark
[ July 27, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
 
Abhijit Chandekar
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Thanks, for your answer !

Still, i want to know how to make a midle suite ?
Can someone please let me know his ?

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Abhijit Chandekar
 
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You just include all the MIDlets in to the same jar, and it is the JAD file that names the MIDlets in the suite. That's really all there is too it.

Mark
 
Abhijit Chandekar
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Thanks !
 
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