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Representations of a mobile device's file-system roots in NetBeans IDE?

 
Olga Flasza
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The J2ME Wireless Toolkit emulator sets aside a directory on your desktop computer's hard disk,
/<toolkit>/appdb/DefaultColorPhone/filesystem, to hold representations of a mobile device's file-system roots.
It then uses the FileConnection APIs to give MIDlets access to files stored in subdirectories of filesystem.
The emulator comes with one root directory already installed, called root1, which contains the file Readme.
In the toolkit emulator, each immediate subdirectory of filesystem is treated as a root.

My Question is where is this location if I use NetBeans IDE for devloping my MIDLet?? I am using Netbeans 6.8 and windows XP.

Thanks in advance.

 
Olga Flasza
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Finally got it. It is in directory:



It created 9 directory named 1,2...9 in work directory every directory containing same structure....

at present I am not sure which # folder is working directory for current running application, even though it solved my problem
 
Kieran Govan
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I was wondering was i the only one that couldn't find it! cheers!
by the way do you remember how you referenced that directory in your FC?
 
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