Sukitha R Udugamasooriya

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Recent posts by Sukitha R Udugamasooriya

There are quite a few Encryption algos in the BouncyCastle. You can use one of the APIs depending on how much depth you need to go on your encryption.

http://www.bouncycastle.org/
13 years ago
Same code works well on WTK 2.5.
13 years ago
I d suggest you to use NetBeans 6.1 or higher as the IDE.

For SMS management Wireless Messaging API
JSR 172: J2METM Web Services Specification

and for reading and samples J2ME complete Reference

all the best
13 years ago
hi,

try putting your external libraries here " \resources\base\" or "\resources\".

regaards
13 years ago
Hey Kamal,

Why not delete the thumb file if you are using any images, if your OS is Windows XP or higher.

regards
13 years ago
hi,

Actually I'm not. If you need to add an Item to a Form you have to call append() and if you want to delete an item from the Form call delete(). That will fulfill your requirement. I was not talking about formatting the text in the TextField.

regards
13 years ago
Hi Uditha,

Before I go deeply in your problem I just want to clarify few things. Does you class have 2 overloaded commandAction() methods and have you implement the ItemCommandListener?

regards
13 years ago
Charline Louis,

Yes, its possible.
Call to append() or delete() in the Form where it is necessary in the stateChanged().

good luck
13 years ago
Mehetha,

I value your concept as well.

All the best with your implementation.

regards,
13 years ago
You will need an emulator (simulates the real mobile device).
Sun Wireless Tool Kit is a good option.

Or if you use NetBeans, you need to install the Mobility pack.

Good Luck
13 years ago
Try to implement the StateListener interface. It can listen to State Changes.
13 years ago
Uditha,

Could you please give more detail about your problem? I'm not quite clear about the current explanation.

thanks,
13 years ago
Trupti Mehta,

I'm sorry, what you ask is not possible in MIDP 2.0. But there will be some other concepts which can implement your idea.

I have faced a similar circumstance. In the scenario,

I used TextFields instead of ChoiceGroups. I used label of the fields as the product name and the user input value as the quantity. So if the textField.getString() method returns "", it will be equal to an unselected Choice element.

Hope you'll get my point.


Good Luck
13 years ago
Mine is NetBeans. I have been using it for 3 years now. It is a very supportive IDE specially when it comes to J2me. I like Version 6.1. I thoroughly recommend it.

All the best
13 years ago
Prateek Sharma,

Try to start a new Thread when you execute the command to send your request.

all the best
13 years ago