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I am actually searching for tools allowing me to transpose an application Java developed with J2SE/J2ee to an application which turns onto a PDA.
What i v to do to make the application run in an PDA

Thanking you in advance..
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Depends entirely on which configuration (CLDC vs CDC) you're going to use, and what functionality and APIs your code needs.

If you're using a higher-end PDA, you can probably use a CDC stack and implement your application with minimal conversion, if I am understanding how the subset of Java in CDC works.

If you're going for something that'll run on a broader list of devices (targeting CLDC and MIDP), you're going to likely have to do some significant rewriting to fit into the APIs and the subset of the language that is supported on that level.

Either way, you'll need to load onto the device an environment for running Java apps. IBM has one (j9, otherwise known as the Websphere MicroEdition), and there are others out there that you could use.

Hope that helps.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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