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  1. #1
    Cyrus Choi
    Guest
    Hi,

    I am trying to build an application that send java application to nokia's
    phone using VC/VB. I have tried to send the jar file using IrDA connection,
    it can copy to phone successfully but the phone doesn't recognize it as a
    java application and run it.

    It seems that the Nokia installer and Oxygen phone manager does some special
    thing which install the jar application. Do anyone here has some information
    about that ? or is there any third party components (e.g. ActiveX
    component ) that can do this.

    Thanks all,

    cyrus





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  2. #2
    Oxygen Software
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    Re: copy java application without Nokia PC suites

    Hello, Cyrus!
    You wrote on Thu, 11 Dec 2003 11:26:25 +0800:

    CC> I am trying to build an application that send java application to
    CC> nokia's phone using VC/VB. I have tried to send the jar file using IrDA
    CC> connection, it can copy to phone successfully but the phone doesn't
    CC> recognize it as a java application and run it.

    CC> It seems that the Nokia installer and Oxygen phone manager does some
    CC> special thing which install the jar application. Do anyone here has
    CC> some information about that ? or is there any third party components
    CC> (e.g. ActiveX component ) that can do this.

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  3. #3
    jor-he
    Guest

    Re: copy java application without Nokia PC suites

    i am new to the "cell phone underground" scene, but when i extraced a
    java app to my desktop (from the demo version of the
    something-called-like-MinMB) it had two files, one with a .jar and the
    other with a . something else, maybe this other file is needed to be
    present to? maybe this is of no help though too...


    On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 11:26:25 +0800, "Cyrus Choi"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    C:\Hi,
    C:\
    C:\I am trying to build an application that send java application to
    nokia's
    C:\phone using VC/VB. I have tried to send the jar file using IrDA
    connection,
    C:\it can copy to phone successfully but the phone doesn't recognize
    it as a
    C:\java application and run it.
    C:\
    C:\It seems that the Nokia installer and Oxygen phone manager does
    some special
    C:\thing which install the jar application. Do anyone here has some
    information
    C:\about that ? or is there any third party components (e.g. ActiveX
    C:\component ) that can do this.
    C:\
    C:\Thanks all,
    C:\
    C:\cyrus
    C:\




  4. #4
    Anton Spaans
    Guest

    Re: copy java application without Nokia PC suites

    Make sure you develop your application with the right tools that can create
    a proper JAR file. Not every JAR file can be run as an app on a J2ME device.
    It has to have a MANIFEST file with specific contents, etc.....

    I'm using JBuilder 9 (Mobile Set is included in this version. For older
    JBuilder versions, it is a separate download) and the Java J2ME SDKs
    downloaded from Nokia. And it all works like a breeze.

    -- Anton.

    "Cyrus Choi" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    >
    > I am trying to build an application that send java application to nokia's
    > phone using VC/VB. I have tried to send the jar file using IrDA

    connection,
    > it can copy to phone successfully but the phone doesn't recognize it as a
    > java application and run it.
    >
    > It seems that the Nokia installer and Oxygen phone manager does some

    special
    > thing which install the jar application. Do anyone here has some

    information
    > about that ? or is there any third party components (e.g. ActiveX
    > component ) that can do this.
    >
    > Thanks all,
    >
    > cyrus
    >
    >






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