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  1. #1
    Hi I found source and binary code for midp java . i have a nokia 6610
    and i want to install it on it.what i have is a file Odysseus-en.jad
    and Odysseus-en.jar. how can i install it on my mobile?



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  2. #2
    Anton Spaans
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    Re: how to deploy midp java on my mobile?


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi I found source and binary code for midp java . i have a nokia 6610
    > and i want to install it on it.what i have is a file Odysseus-en.jad
    > and Odysseus-en.jar. how can i install it on my mobile?


    Just send the .jar file to your phone, either using IrDA (infrared),
    bluetooth (i don't know if your phone supports that) or e-mail it (as an
    attachment) to your phone (e-mail address depends on your wireless
    service-provider).
    Open the file sent to your phone (msg through infrared/bluetooth or your
    e-mail's attachment). The app will be installed by the phone.

    -- Anton.





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    g0ebish thE b0ngmAstEr
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    Re: how to deploy midp java on my mobile?

    Hi,
    you can deploy it by wap... just put your .jad & .jar to your personnal site
    via FTP (take care that the URL PATH parameter in the jad file (.jad files
    are plain text files) point to your jar file eg:
    http://mysite.myprovider/myMIDlet.jar ) then point your Wap browser to
    http://mysite.myprovider/myMIDlet.jad ... your phone will then ask if you
    want to download the Midlet and will install it that's simple...

    As I don't know that phone I don't know if you can install new Java apps via
    IR, bluetooth, USB ...

    hope it help.

    --

    "I haven't lost my mind, it's backed up on disk somewhere."

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    > Hi I found source and binary code for midp java . i have a nokia 6610
    > and i want to install it on it.what i have is a file Odysseus-en.jad
    > and Odysseus-en.jar. how can i install it on my mobile?






  4. #4
    Darryl L. Pierce,,,
    Guest

    Re: how to deploy midp java on my mobile?

    g0ebish thE b0ngmAstEr wrote:

    > Hi,
    > you can deploy it by wap... just put your .jad & .jar to your personnal
    > site via FTP (take care that the URL PATH parameter in the jad file (.jad
    > files are plain text files) point to your jar file eg:


    This isn't necessary for all carriers. In my experience, only SprintPCS has
    required the fully qualified URL for the JAR. But, they also have other
    idiosyncracies that you have to be aware of as well. For example, their WAP
    gateway caches content for *hours* so, if you're in development and testing
    on a SprintPCS handset, you have to either constantly renamed your JAR/JAD
    files or you have to modify your web server to set a time to live for
    documents of only a minute to force their gateway to expire your JAR/JAD
    quickly.

    > http://mysite.myprovider/myMIDlet.jar ) then point your Wap browser to
    > http://mysite.myprovider/myMIDlet.jad ... your phone will then ask if you
    > want to download the Midlet and will install it that's simple...


    You need to also configure the web server to send back the appropriate MIME
    types for JARs and JADs. This information is available at the J2ME FAQ:
    <http://mcpierce.mypage.org/j2mefaq.html>

    --
    Darryl L. Pierce <[email protected]>
    Visit the Infobahn Offramp - <http://mypage.org/mcpierce>
    "What do you care what other people think, Mr. Feynman?"



  5. #5
    David J. Firth
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    Re: how to deploy midp java on my mobile?

    In message <[email protected]>, "Darryl
    L. Pierce,,," <[email protected]> writes
    >g0ebish thE b0ngmAstEr wrote:
    >
    >> Hi,
    >> you can deploy it by wap... just put your .jad & .jar to your personnal
    >> site via FTP (take care that the URL PATH parameter in the jad file (.jad
    >> files are plain text files) point to your jar file eg:

    >
    >This isn't necessary for all carriers. In my experience, only SprintPCS has
    >required the fully qualified URL for the JAR. But, they also have other
    >idiosyncracies that you have to be aware of as well. For example, their WAP
    >gateway caches content for *hours* so, if you're in development and testing
    >on a SprintPCS handset, you have to either constantly renamed your JAR/JAD
    >files or you have to modify your web server to set a time to live for
    >documents of only a minute to force their gateway to expire your JAR/JAD
    >quickly.
    >
    >> http://mysite.myprovider/myMIDlet.jar ) then point your Wap browser to
    >> http://mysite.myprovider/myMIDlet.jad ... your phone will then ask if you
    >> want to download the Midlet and will install it that's simple...

    >
    >You need to also configure the web server to send back the appropriate MIME
    >types for JARs and JADs. This information is available at the J2ME FAQ:
    ><http://mcpierce.mypage.org/j2mefaq.html>
    >


    If you can't change your web server configuration (or don't know how)
    then you can use our Free Online Tool. After your JAD and JAR file have
    been uploaded our utility presents you with a URL that can be used with
    your Mobile Phones WAP Browser.

    http://www.mobilebasic.com/MidletUpload.jsp

    Regards
    --
    David Firth
    Mobile BASIC - BASIC Programming Language for Java Enabled Mobile Phones
    http://www.mobilebasic.com/



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