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Midlet Suite - MIDP 1.0

Arijit Ghosh
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Joined: Sep 23, 2002
Posts: 22
Midlet Suite is a bundle of midlets packaged together.

Is it possible to --

1. invoke MIDlet 2 from MIDlet 1
2. MIDlet 1 continues to run (even if MIDlet 1 closes, it should be ok)
3. MIDlet 2 does some work
4. MIDlet 2 invokes MIDlet 1
5. MIDlet 2 closes
6. MIDlet 1 continues to work as expected.

Regards,
Arijit
Eduardo Marques
Ranch Hand

Joined: Feb 19, 2005
Posts: 231
No, MIDlets run independently of each other and in most devices only one of them can be running at any time.

The most you can do in MIDP * 2.0 * is try to schedule a MIDlet using Push Registry alarms if the device supports PR alarms.

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Eduardo Marques
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Arijit Ghosh
Greenhorn

Joined: Sep 23, 2002
Posts: 22
even if one MIDlet runs ata time, will I not be able to invoke another MIDlet from the first MIDlet ? Assuming that they are in the same MIDlet suite !
 
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