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Adding modules to 3rd party apps

 
Arijit Ghosh
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Hi,

I have the following scenario --

1. We have 3rd party applications.
2. Lets say, I have a piece of code which does an initial interaction with our server before the rest of the application actually starts.

Assumption A : 3rd party developers do not have any problem in re-directing users to our J2ME module as long as they do not have to change anything in their code.

Any thoughts on how this is possible based on assumption A?

Assumption B: 3rd party developers agree to adding my piece of code without touching their code.

Any thoughts on how this is possible based on assumption B?

Regards,
Arijit
 
Eduardo Marques
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It's hard to answer, can you be more specific on the requirements?

Do the other people have same kind of interfaces for external code ... if not perhaps you should consider calling their code from yours.
[ August 03, 2007: Message edited by: Eduardo Marques ]
 
Arijit Ghosh
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3rd party application starts first and then I need to get my code executed.
 
Eduardo Marques
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Then they should have some kind of class interface for your module ...
Or maybe you can subclass your MIDlet from theirs ... (note that you should distribute the MIDlet suite in a single JAR though)

It really depends, your question is very generic ...
 
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