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Midlet to call a j2me java class

Mutua Kakinyi

Joined: Apr 21, 2011
Posts: 7
Am trying to develop an application to dispaly a form containing textfields. Lets call this java class A. First, I have a welcome midlet (call it midlet B) that I will call java class A and the textfields appear on the emulator screen. How is this possible? If midlets can call one another, then will be easy. I would just make A a midlet then I call its startup method in B.

I have tried push registry after some blog but I have no idea of its working and given-up.

I welcome anyone with suggestions or a sample code.

Maneesh Godbole
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Joined: Jul 26, 2007
Posts: 10815

You are doing it wrong. You don't need multiple midlets. All you need to do is set the current displayable to your a form instance

1) In your A which extends Form, you will need to append your TextFields to the form
2) In B#startApp you will need something like Display.getDisplay(this).setCurrent(aFormInstance);


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