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Why is it not possible to throw a MIDletStateChangeException from pauseApp()? I know the signature of pauseApp(). pauseApp() is called just prior the midlet entering into Paused state. I am just curious why can't we throw that exception just before we are entering into Paused state. After all, the exception is all about failure in state change right?

Note: I would like to post further queries related with this exception here in this thread.
Thanks in advance!
[ November 20, 2008: Message edited by: Faisal Mohammed ]
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