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jagan billa
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please send solution for this j2mee package jar files,,,,,
import net.jxta.j2me.PeerNetwork;
import net.jxta.j2me.Message;
import net.jxta.j2me.Element;
 
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Those look like 3 class names. What kind of "solution" are you looking for?
 
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thanks for reply sir......,,,,
i'm trying to run one of the JXME sample applications but i can't, i've created a new JME project (i'm using Netbeans) and i've included the JXTA libraries and JXME libraries too, but when i try to compile the chat demo application the compiler says that the net.jxta.j2me package does not exist exactly on this lines:

import net.jxta.j2me.PeerNetwork;
import net.jxta.j2me.Message;
import net.jxta.j2me.Element;

what can i do? i've included the zip and jar files on JXTA libraries, and i have a JXME library included in this project, hope someone can help me with this.

please send me any solutions sir
 
jagan billa
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anyone tell solution for above queries..................
 
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I'd start by checking that the jar/zip files you've included actually contain those classes at the top level. Also make sure that you have included those in the compile classpath, not the runtime classpath. (You'll need them in both if you also want to run any apps within NetBeans, but for starters the compile classpath is what matters.)
 
jagan billa
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thanks for reply sir,,,,,

i need j2me source code for mobile peer to peer file sharing application,,,please help me sir urgent,,,,,,,,,,,
 
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That seems to be a rather different question that the original one ... ? If you don't intend to write such an app yourself, you could look into hiring a contract developer that writes it for you; it's unlikely that anyone here will volunteer their time to do it for you for free.
 
jagan billa
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thank you for your valuable reply sir ,,,,,,,i finish tat j2me project,,,,,,,,,,,,
 
Hussein Baghdadi
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Jagan,
Please avoid "please help me sir urgent" statements as it will not help you to get your question answered.
And please Use Real Words.
Welcome to the Ranch.
 
jagan billa
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thanks for your information ,,,i will follow rules,,,,,
 
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J2ME design by sun microsystem. A java ME technology was originally created in order to deal with the constraint associated with the building application for the small devices.
 
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