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Using CLDC APIs in CDC

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If I were to write a MIDP application that utilized, say, PushRegistry and some WMA functionality, how would I be able to migrate this functionality to a CDC app?

Currently, I need to access what is required to create an app that will certainly run on a MIDP-enabled device (Blackberry) and possibly a CDC-enabled device, like the next version of Palm Treo running Windows Mobile Version 5.0.

I have previously written a CDC/PersonalProfile app but it was just like writing J2SE app, in that no special connectivity was required (and I could use Swing -- I used CrEmE from For the app I'm working on now, I might need features available with PushRegistry and WMA API which I know are available with MIDP but not with CDC, afaik.

Any help much appriciated.

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See that's the thing the CDC won't have a PushRegistry, so you can't write code that has that and expect it run on a CDC device. It looks like you would need two different versions of your app.

Maybe, but I say Maybe, J2ME Polish has a way to help you, but I doubt it.

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