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hi i want to post my mobile application to my web site. the user visits this site and then downloads the program. the midlet offcourse consists of a jad file and a jar file. this means that the user will be downlaoding two different files. can i not create a package like a war file .
 
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this should clear things up for you:
http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/excerpt/j2menut_3/index5.html
 
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hi thanks for the reply ..
i have posted the site below could u test the proejct for me. i dont have a web enabled phone. and let me know if it works

http://j2me.zapto.org:8080/WebRoute/
 
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neither do i, but you can download the sony ericsson emulator and test OTA:
http://developer.sonyericsson.com/site/global/home/p_home.jsp
 
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