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Using BouncyCastle in midlet -- Error in console

Nicky Eng
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Joined: Mar 26, 2005
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I use Eclipse 3.2 which has j2me plug in.

Previously i asked about encryption in this forum but not much help, so i decided to use bouncy castle encryption package.


runtime error give me the following error message WHEN i click "send" button in my midlet.


i dont think there is wrong with the code.
Is it project setting error ?
Any idea to fix this NoClassDefFoundError?

its urgent.
pls any1 can help ?

thanks in advance.
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Ryan Muster
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Joined: Nov 11, 2007
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I'm not sure but to me it just looks like that class is missing?
It maybe that you have it in classpath so it works in test but not on cell?
I think you just need to stick that class in the package.

When I work with bouncy I always use it at source level, ie I dont use libs.
Its good but its full of excess stuff, and I pull out as much as I can once its working. I havnt used it on cell, but I think there trimming it down is even more important.

I remember seeing a few article on bcy and cells... probably worth a google.

Good luck...
 
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