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Joao Pedro Resende
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Hello everyone,

I'm new to the forums. I'm a brazilian developer and I'm currently working on a software for PalmOS. Well, here's the deal, I need to show a table on the screen. I searched all brazilian forums and JavaRanch and the answer I got everywhere was: there's no such component in J2ME. And there really isnt but some people made some implementations using CustomItem (avaible only for midp 2.0 i think).

Actually I found two of these tables implemented with CustomItem. One I found inside the demo classes that comes along with WTK 2.2 (theres an example table in other versions of WTK too). And the other one I found on Netbeans 5.0 mobility pack RC1.

Both of them have those tables, the one in Neatbeans in more complex but none of them had something that I really need in this table. Besides showing info on the columns I need the elements of a colum to be a link (or button if you like) to detail the info of that row.

I've been seaching but couldnt find such a thing. I'm thinking about refactoring the classes I found on Netbeans but that will take more time than I actually have avaiable.

So here it is, does anyone know any implementation of Table for j2me that I can add buttons/links ???

Thanks in advance for any help I can get on this issue.
 
Mark Spritzler
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The only thing that I like that is out there that adds some nice UI widgets is J2ME Polish.

One of the reasons why some of those things aren't in J2ME, is because they tend to be too big (show wise and memory wise) for a small device that J2ME runs on.

Mark
 
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